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Afghan Taliban’s Victory Boosts Pakistan’s Radicals
October 18, 2021

Afghan Taliban’s Victory Boosts Pakistan’s Radicals

By Kathy Gannon
The Tehrik-e-Taliban now believe they too can wage a successful jihad against the ‘infidel’ Pakistani state.

Top Pakistan Diplomat Details Taliban Plan
September 23, 2021

Top Pakistan Diplomat Details Taliban Plan

By Edith M. Lederer
"Yes, there are no women yet," Pakistani Foreign Minister Qureshi said of the Taliban government. "But let us let the situation evolve."
Don’t Assume a Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan Means Smooth Sailing for Pakistan
September 03, 2021

Don’t Assume a Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan Means Smooth Sailing for Pakistan

By Maryam Raashed
Already, there are worrying signs that the Taliban are inclined to ignore Islamabad's most pressing concerns.

Why Is Pakistan Cautious in Extending Recognition to the Taliban Regime?
August 26, 2021

Why Is Pakistan Cautious in Extending Recognition to the Taliban Regime?

By Umair Jamal
Islamabad is apprehensive that a Taliban government will not act against TTP sanctuaries in Afghanistan.

The Taliban’s Careful Cheerleaders: Pakistan’s Statements on the Fall of Kabul
August 17, 2021

The Taliban’s Careful Cheerleaders: Pakistan’s Statements on the Fall of Kabul

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Islamabad has always secretly supported the Taliban. Now it is laying the ground to do so openly.

Some Afghans Blame Neighboring Pakistan for Taliban Gains
August 12, 2021

Some Afghans Blame Neighboring Pakistan for Taliban Gains

By Kathy Gannon
As the Taliban swiftly capture territory in Afghanistan, many Afghans blame Pakistan for the insurgents' success.

Project Taliban: An Anti-Pashtun Initiative?
July 27, 2021

Project Taliban: An Anti-Pashtun Initiative?

By Bilquees Daud
Pashtuns on both sides of the Durand line have been at the receiving end of some of the most grotesque and intense violence by the Taliban.
Afghanistan-Pakistan Ties Fray Further Over Abduction of Afghan Ambassador’s Daughter
July 22, 2021

Afghanistan-Pakistan Ties Fray Further Over Abduction of Afghan Ambassador’s Daughter

By Umair Jamal
At a time when the two countries should be engaging more to resolve misunderstandings, they have recalled their ambassadors.

China Urges Closer Afghanistan Ties as US Withdrawal Looms
June 04, 2021

China Urges Closer Afghanistan Ties as US Withdrawal Looms

By Associated Press
China has long resented the presence of U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan, but is equally wary of instability in the region.

Regional Interests at Stake as Biden Announces Military Withdrawal From Afghanistan
April 21, 2021

Regional Interests at Stake as Biden Announces Military Withdrawal From Afghanistan

By Saif Khattak
Russia, China, Iran, India, and, most of all, Pakistan have interests at stake as the U.S. aims to withdraw from Afghanistan.

Afghan Shiite Leader in Pakistan After Killings of Miners
January 13, 2021

Afghan Shiite Leader in Pakistan After Killings of Miners

By Associated Press
The Hazara miners were abducted and killed by militants from the Islamic State group in southwestern Balochistan province.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Khan on ‘Historic’ First Visit to Afghanistan
November 20, 2020

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Khan on ‘Historic’ First Visit to Afghanistan

By Associated Press
The uneasy neighbors are trying to turn the corner from a relationship marked by suspicion and downright hostility toward a partnership for peace in the region.

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