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Jaish-e-Mohammed: Under the Hood
March 13, 2019

Jaish-e-Mohammed: Under the Hood

By Ayesha Siddiqa
Who are Jaish-e-Mohammed?

Is There Hope for Resurrecting India-Pakistan Relations?
June 01, 2018

Is There Hope for Resurrecting India-Pakistan Relations?

By K. S. Venkatachalam
There may be hope yet for India and Pakistan.
India’s Fight Against Fake Currency
November 15, 2016

India’s Fight Against Fake Currency

By Sharmad Mahajan
The fake currency notes pumped into India from Pakistan are nothing less than economic terrorism.

SAARC Summit Cancellation Will Sting Pakistan, But Won't Prevent the Next Uri or Pathankot
September 29, 2016

SAARC Summit Cancellation Will Sting Pakistan, But Won't Prevent the Next Uri or Pathankot

By Ankit Panda
The cancellation of a regional summit is embarrassing, no doubt, but won't stop attacks like Uri from taking place.

Pakistan Looks to Bloody Kabul as US Shifts to India
September 06, 2016

Pakistan Looks to Bloody Kabul as US Shifts to India

By Shawn Snow
ISI is waging a covert war to bloody Kabul, using its “veritable arm," the Haqqani Network, to achieve its objectives.

Real Blood, Unsubstantiated Allegations: Was India's RAW Really Behind the Quetta Attack?
August 20, 2016

Real Blood, Unsubstantiated Allegations: Was India's RAW Really Behind the Quetta Attack?

By Ahsan Yousaf Chaudhary
This time, Balochistan's lawyers bore the brunt of Pakistan's inaction against terrorism, whether domestic or foreign.

Is There an Alliance Between ISIS and India's Maoists?
July 27, 2016

Is There an Alliance Between ISIS and India's Maoists?

By Uddipan Mukherjee
A closer look at reports of a link between ISIS and Naxals.
Why Pakistan Is the Biggest Beneficiary of Mullah Mansour's Death
June 09, 2016

Why Pakistan Is the Biggest Beneficiary of Mullah Mansour's Death

By Sayer Daudzai
More than Afghanistan or the United States, Islamabad (and the ISI) benefits from the Taliban leadership change.

The Taliban Enter the Haqqani Era
May 13, 2016

The Taliban Enter the Haqqani Era

By Khyber Sarban
With Pakistan's support, the Haqqani Network is finalizing an all-out coup over the Taliban's central leadership.

Is Pakistan Getting Ready to Abandon Lashkar-e-Taiba?
March 22, 2016

Is Pakistan Getting Ready to Abandon Lashkar-e-Taiba?

By Umair Jamal
Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) is a threat to Pakistan’s own national security and Islamabad has no option but to relinquish its support for the group.

Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan
August 18, 2015

Enough Is Enough: Pakistan Needs to Change Its Approach to Afghanistan

By Aziz Amin Ahmadzai
Pakistan's years of harboring and encouraging terrorism toward Afghanistan must come to an end.
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
March 03, 2015

Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated

By Rohan Joshi
Amid a declining domestic situation, senior Pakistani officials see it fit to blame India -- an unproductive endeavor.

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