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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.

Is Pakistan Ready to Counter ISIS?
February 15, 2017

Is Pakistan Ready to Counter ISIS?

By Hammal Kashani
Pakistan's government has been slow to react to the presence of ISIS.

 ‘Collective Punishment’ in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas
December 13, 2016

 ‘Collective Punishment’ in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas

By Farooq Yousaf
Entire villages must pay the cost for insurgent activities in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.

Twin Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Attacks: Pakistan's Lawyers, Christians Targeted
September 04, 2016

Twin Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Attacks: Pakistan's Lawyers, Christians Targeted

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Why are the Pakistani Taliban are targeting these specific groups in their attacks?
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.

Pakistan: The Rebirth of Jihad
August 18, 2016

Pakistan: The Rebirth of Jihad

By Umer Ali
Within Pakistan, banned groups like JeM and JuD campaign openly for jihad against India.
What Quetta Bombing Reveals About Islamic State and Pakistani Taliban
August 09, 2016

What Quetta Bombing Reveals About Islamic State and Pakistani Taliban

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A vicious attack on a hospital underscores a continued preference for soft targets by jihadists.

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