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CPEC Emboldens China and Pakistan’s Joint Effort to Manage Militancy
April 06, 2019

CPEC Emboldens China and Pakistan’s Joint Effort to Manage Militancy

By Saira H. Basit
China is doubling down on Pakistan – and this time, it's determined to keep militancy from damaging the relationship.

Pakistanis Are the ‘Collateral Damage’ of Their State’s Counterterror Failures
January 23, 2019

Pakistanis Are the ‘Collateral Damage’ of Their State’s Counterterror Failures

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A mother, father, and teenage daughter are the latest innocent victims of Pakistan's botched counterterror policy.
India, Pakistan Defense Ministers Take Part in SCO Meeting
April 26, 2018

India, Pakistan Defense Ministers Take Part in SCO Meeting

By Shannon Tiezzi
It was the first time new members India and Pakistan sent their top defense officials to the gathering.

Reviewing Pakistan's Anti-Terror Fight, 3 Years After the Peshawar School Attack
December 20, 2017

Reviewing Pakistan's Anti-Terror Fight, 3 Years After the Peshawar School Attack

By Daud Khattak
Why is the world reluctant to recognize Pakistan’s sacrifices in the fight against terrorism? The APS attack and its aftermath serve as a test case.

After Quetta Church Attack, Pakistan Continues to Blame Foreign Powers for Terrorism
December 19, 2017

After Quetta Church Attack, Pakistan Continues to Blame Foreign Powers for Terrorism

By Shah Meer Baloch
Once again, Balochistan bleeds while the government adopts the same old response: fingerpointing.

The Danger of Trump’s Pakistan Approach
November 04, 2017

The Danger of Trump’s Pakistan Approach

By Touqir Hussain
Taking a tougher line on Islamabad without a clear strategy is a losing proposition.

Why the Trump-Led Islamic Summit in Saudi Arabia Was a Disaster for Pakistan
May 23, 2017

Why the Trump-Led Islamic Summit in Saudi Arabia Was a Disaster for Pakistan

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan is largely shut out of the high-profile event, despite high hopes for recognition.
Pakistan's National Security Adviser on Counterterrorism
April 07, 2017

Pakistan's National Security Adviser on Counterterrorism

By Zeeshan Salahuddin
Lt. Gen. Janjua speaks about his strategy and his views on current progress in Pakistan’s fight on terror.

Pakistan's Women Jihadis
April 06, 2017

Pakistan's Women Jihadis

By Sara Mahmood
Understanding the nexus between women and terrorism in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Pashtun Profiling
March 01, 2017

Pakistan’s Pashtun Profiling

By Farooq Yousaf
Pakistan's government is labeling Pashtuns as terror suspects based solely on ethnicity.

A Deadly February Should Motivate Afghanistan-Pakistan Security Cooperation
February 23, 2017

A Deadly February Should Motivate Afghanistan-Pakistan Security Cooperation

By Mushtaq Rahim
A fresh wave of terror in the AfPak region is another reminder about the need for an honest partnership..
New Wave of Terrorist Attacks Casts Doubt on Pakistan's Security Forces
February 15, 2017

New Wave of Terrorist Attacks Casts Doubt on Pakistan's Security Forces

By Daud Khattak
A recent upswing in violence could disillusion Pakistanis, as well as impacting the new U.S. administration's view of Pakistan.

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