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Millions of Afghans Made Pakistan Home to Escape War. Now Many are Hiding to Escape Deportation.

Millions of Afghans Made Pakistan Home to Escape War. Now Many are Hiding to Escape Deportation.

By Riazat Butt and Adil Jawad
Some 600,000 Afghans have returned home since last October, when the crackdown began, meaning at least a million remain in Pakistan in hiding.

The China-­Pakistan-­Afghanistan Triangle

The China-­Pakistan-­Afghanistan Triangle

By Claudia Chia
The dynamics of this trilateral relationship will shape the future trajectory of Afghanistan and its broader implications for regional stability and prosperity.
Taliban’s Outreach to Iran Worsens Pakistan’s Afghanistan Dilemma 

Taliban’s Outreach to Iran Worsens Pakistan’s Afghanistan Dilemma 

By Muhammad Shoaib
The Taliban government is trying to anticipate Pakistan’s potential moves and limit whatever leverage Islamabad holds over Afghanistan.

Pakistan’s TTP Challenge and Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations 

Pakistan’s TTP Challenge and Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations 

By Nazir Ahmad Mir
The Taliban have proved unresponsive to Pakistan's security concerns, resulting in mounting tensions between the two.

Can Pakistan’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman Mend Ties With the Taliban?

Can Pakistan’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman Mend Ties With the Taliban?

By Freshta Jalalzai
The famously pro-Taliban politician is making a visit to Kabul at a tense time in Afghanistan-Pakistan relations.

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Taliban Accuse Tajik, Pakistani Citizens of Carrying out Attacks in Afghanistan

Taliban Accuse Tajik, Pakistani Citizens of Carrying out Attacks in Afghanistan

By Catherine Putz
“Dozens of Tajikistan citizens have been killed in our operations and dozens of others have been arrested,” acting Defense Minister Mohammad Yaqoob Mujahid said.

Documented or Not, Afghan Refugees in Pakistan Face Humiliation and Abuse

Documented or Not, Afghan Refugees in Pakistan Face Humiliation and Abuse

By Freshta Jalalzai
“If you are Afghan, you have no rights, and actually, your status does not make much difference.” 
Afghans Head to Border in Droves to Leave Pakistan Ahead of a Deadline in Anti-migrant Crackdown

Afghans Head to Border in Droves to Leave Pakistan Ahead of a Deadline in Anti-migrant Crackdown

By Riaz Khan and Abdul Sattar
Pakistani officials warn that people who are in the country illegally face arrest and deportation after October 31. The bulk of migrants in Pakistan are Afghan. 

Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble: Refugees as a Strategic Tool Against the Taliban

Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble: Refugees as a Strategic Tool Against the Taliban

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Islamabad wants Kabul to take actual action against the TTP, and is using Afghan refugees as a bargaining chip. 

Amid Pakistan’s Crackdown, Afghan Refugees Lose Hope

Amid Pakistan’s Crackdown, Afghan Refugees Lose Hope

By Somaiyah Hafeez
“We came with such difficulty... We would not leave on our own. If we could survive in Afghanistan then why would we flee?”

Pakistan Runs Out of Patience With Afghan Taliban

Pakistan Runs Out of Patience With Afghan Taliban

By Umair Jamal
It has introduced new measures to punish the Kabul regime for its continued sheltering of the TTP – including moving to repatriate Afghan refugees.
A Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?

A Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?

By Ureeda Khan
A new joint committee on border movement aims to address the problem of cross-border attacks.

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