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A Year Later, a Civil Rights Movement Soldiers on in Pakistan
February 01, 2019

A Year Later, a Civil Rights Movement Soldiers on in Pakistan

By Afrasiab Khattak
The February 2018 Islamabad sit-in gave birth to the most dynamic, active, and nonviolent youth political uprising Pakistan has seen.

Understanding the Realpolitik Behind Pakistan's FATA-KP Provincial Merger
May 30, 2018

Understanding the Realpolitik Behind Pakistan's FATA-KP Provincial Merger

By Umair Jamal
Why did a long-proposed idea to unite FATA and KP finally come to fruition now, in 2018?
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
March 15, 2018

Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community

By Shah Meer Baloch
Caught between the Taliban in Afghanistan and the religious right in Pakistan, this ancient culture is in dire straits.

Why Political Reforms in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas Are Essential
March 10, 2017

Why Political Reforms in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas Are Essential

By Umair Jamal
The government in Pakistan seeks to bring the country’s tribal areas into the mainstream body politic. 

Afghanistan, Pakistan Move Heavy Weapons and Troops to Khyber Pass
June 15, 2016

Afghanistan, Pakistan Move Heavy Weapons and Troops to Khyber Pass

By Franz-Stefan Gady
One Afghan soldier and one Pakistani officer have been killed and 22 wounded in clashes at Torkham Border crossing.

Pakistan, Afghanistan Exchange Fire at Torkham Border Crossing
June 13, 2016

Pakistan, Afghanistan Exchange Fire at Torkham Border Crossing

By Ankit Panda
Tensions have been high at the Afghan-Pakistan border crossing over Pakistani visa requirements.

Pakistan’s Schools at War
February 18, 2016

Pakistan’s Schools at War

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Can the country stop the killing of its students?
7.5 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Northeastern Afghanistan: What We Know
October 27, 2015

7.5 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Northeastern Afghanistan: What We Know

By Ankit Panda
The death toll in Afghanistan and Pakistan is expected to rise in the coming days.

Pakistan Imprisons 10 Men Convicted of Attacking Malala Yousafzai
April 30, 2015

Pakistan Imprisons 10 Men Convicted of Attacking Malala Yousafzai

By Ankit Panda
The 10 men were sentenced to 25 years in prison by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan's Swat district.

The Killing of the Sikhs
September 30, 2014

The Killing of the Sikhs

By Ammara Ahmad
Rising attacks and religious desecrations are forcing Pakistan’s Sikhs from their homes.

Pakistan: The Most Heroin-Addicted Country in the World
March 24, 2014

Pakistan: The Most Heroin-Addicted Country in the World

By J.T. Quigley
The rising prevalence of injecting drug users could create an HIV/AIDS crisis.
School to be Renamed After Pakistan Teen who Thwarted Suicide Bombing
January 14, 2014

School to be Renamed After Pakistan Teen who Thwarted Suicide Bombing

By J.T. Quigley
Aitzaz Hassan, 15, died after tackling a suicide bomber outside his school.

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