FATF Delisting Marks Pakistan’s Progress Against Terrorism Financing
By Mariam Shah
Pakistan has made it off the FATF grey list, but it must not cease its efforts toward countering money laundering and terrorism financing.
Pakistan Acts Tough on Top Terrorist
By Liam Gibson
Its sentencing of Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed is grounded in economic realism.
Will Pakistan Come Off the FATF Grey List?
By Umair Jamal
Pakistan may have done enough work to stay on the clear. But that may not be sufficient.
Pakistan Will Remain in the FATF Grey List – But That’s Not Enough
By Mariam Solaimankhail
At a time when Islamabad, with Beijing’s backing, desperately seeks to escape the clutches of the task force, it must introspect on its efforts.
Pakistan Remains in the UN Terror Financing Grey Zone
By Husain Haqqani
Pakistan has failed in letter and spirit to disrupt and dismantle terrorist financial infrastructure despite repeated warnings.
What Trump’s Pakistan Policy Means for China
By Li Hongmei
U.S.-Pakistan frictions are not good for Beijing, either.
Are China-India Relations Really Improving?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Though both sides continue to try to stabilize relations, complications are expected to continue.
How Will Being on the FATF Grey-List Actually Impact Pakistan?
By Uzair Younus
Economically, not much. But could it force a change in Pakistan's approach to extremist groups?