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Pakistan Arrests 44 Suspected of Involvement in Pulwama Attack
March 06, 2019

Pakistan Arrests 44 Suspected of Involvement in Pulwama Attack

By Munir Ahmed
The suspects, including JeM leader Masood Azhar’s brother and son, are being detained pending investigation.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Warns India Against Military Response to Kashmir Bombing
February 20, 2019

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Warns India Against Military Response to Kashmir Bombing

By Munir Ahmed
If India takes action against Pakistan after last week’s bloody car bomb in Kashmir, Pakistan “will retaliate,” Khan says.
Will Pakistan's Wall Work?
January 19, 2019

Will Pakistan's Wall Work?

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
Pakistan is building a wall along its border with Afghanistan. Will it actually make the country safer?

Are We Finally Seeing a Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?
June 15, 2018

Are We Finally Seeing a Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?

By Daud Khattak
Recent exchanges, and the involvement of China and the US, hints that this time may be different.

Amb. Zahid Nasrullah Khan on Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations
May 23, 2018

Amb. Zahid Nasrullah Khan on Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations

By Maija Liuhto
Pakistan's ambassador in Afghanistan talks about refugees, terrorism, and the border dispute.

Afghan-Pakistani Cross-Border Terrorism Cuts Both Ways
April 09, 2018

Afghan-Pakistani Cross-Border Terrorism Cuts Both Ways

By Franz J. Marty
Exploring on-the-ground reports of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan presence in Afghanistan.

India's Demonetization Is a Distraction, Not a Solution
February 01, 2017

India's Demonetization Is a Distraction, Not a Solution

By Riju Agrawal
Demonetization was billed as a 'silver bullet' for India's woes. In reality, it will prevent more effective solutions.
Making Sense of Pakistan’s Intelligence Tip-off to India
March 15, 2016

Making Sense of Pakistan’s Intelligence Tip-off to India

By Rohan Joshi
India should welcome Pakistani inputs on possible terror attacks without over-interpreting their significance.

Pakistan's Prime Minister May Visit the US in October
August 31, 2015

Pakistan's Prime Minister May Visit the US in October

By Ankit Panda
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been invited to the United States in October.

From Kabul to Gurdaspur: Pakistan’s Reliance on Sub-conventional Warfare
August 14, 2015

From Kabul to Gurdaspur: Pakistan’s Reliance on Sub-conventional Warfare

By Rohan Joshi
Developments this summer highlight Pakistan's continued reliance of sub-conventional warfare.

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