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Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the 'Good Taliban'
March 10, 2017

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the 'Good Taliban'

By Syed Arfeen
Pakistan believes Afghanistan is harboring terrorists that conduct cross-border attacks; Kabul says the same.

Does Islamic State Have a Future in the AfPak Region?
December 20, 2016

Does Islamic State Have a Future in the AfPak Region?

By Daud Khattak
The Islamic State's South Asia branch looks doomed to fail.
Civilians: The Ultimate Victims of the Af-Pak Proxy War
September 21, 2016

Civilians: The Ultimate Victims of the Af-Pak Proxy War

By Daud Khattak
The blame game playing out between Afghanistan and Pakistan only benefits militants threatening both sides.

Pakistan’s Counterterrorism Operation: Myth vs. Reality
June 27, 2016

Pakistan’s Counterterrorism Operation: Myth vs. Reality

By Abdul Basit
What Pakistan isn't telling the public about operation Zarb-e-Azb.

Pakistan Uses Indigenous Drone to Strike Terrorists
September 08, 2015

Pakistan Uses Indigenous Drone to Strike Terrorists

By Ankit Panda
The Pakistani military has used an indigenously designed drone to strike terrorists on its own soil.

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.

Pakistan Ups its Defense Spending
June 09, 2015

Pakistan Ups its Defense Spending

By Ankit Panda
With Obama in India, China Hosts Pakistan’s Army Chief
January 27, 2015

With Obama in India, China Hosts Pakistan’s Army Chief

By Shannon Tiezzi
China pledged greater defense cooperation with its "iron brother," especially on counter-terrorism.

Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
December 20, 2014

Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack

By Shannon Tiezzi
Dr. Christine Fair talks with The Diplomat about the Peshawar attack and Islamabad’s response.

After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
December 18, 2014

After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Now is the time for China and Pakistan to step up joints efforts to eliminate terrorist strongholds in the region.

When General Sharif Went to Washington
November 22, 2014

When General Sharif Went to Washington

By Michael Kugelman
A visit by Pakistan's army chief underlines the unique and often troubled relationship between Washington and Rawalpindi.
China Keeps Close Eye on Pakistan Protests
August 21, 2014

China Keeps Close Eye on Pakistan Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing is not overly concerned yet, but instability in Pakistan could threaten China's economic and security interests.

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