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Are Pakistan-Sri Lanka Ties Emerging From India’s Shadow?
July 30, 2021

Are Pakistan-Sri Lanka Ties Emerging From India’s Shadow?

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
From Imran Khan's visit to stronger trade ties, Pakistan's much-touted shift from geopolitics to geoeconomics is on display in Sri Lanka.

What’s Behind Pakistan Outreach to Saudi Arabia?
May 07, 2021

What’s Behind Pakistan Outreach to Saudi Arabia?

By Umair Jamal
Amid a serious regional churn, Islamabad may not be ready to jettison its long-time ally just yet.
The Misunderstood History of Pakistan-US Relations
March 30, 2021

The Misunderstood History of Pakistan-US Relations

By Touqir Hussain
Pakistan has sometimes been important to the U.S., sometimes not. Understanding the shifts of the past can help Islamabad plan for the future.

Pakistan Army Chief Announces India Policy Shift in Major Speech
March 19, 2021

Pakistan Army Chief Announces India Policy Shift in Major Speech

By Abhijnan Rej
Speaking at the Islamabad Security Dialogue, Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa also provided details about his country’s new geoeconomic pivot.

Imran Khan’s Sri Lanka Visit: Progress Amid Constraints
February 25, 2021

Imran Khan’s Sri Lanka Visit: Progress Amid Constraints

By Umair Jamal
Colombo has offered Khan a symbolically warm welcome but not afforded him opportunities to raise concerns about India -- or Sri Lanka’s Muslim minority.

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: BFF No More
December 22, 2020

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: BFF No More

By Umair Jamal
Bullied by Saudi Arabia, Pakistan is turning toward Iran, Malaysia, and Turkey instead.

Curb Your Enthusiasm for an Israel-Pakistan Peace Agreement
December 03, 2020

Curb Your Enthusiasm for an Israel-Pakistan Peace Agreement

By Varsha Koduvayur and Akhil Bery
While Pakistan has good reasons to normalize relations with Israel, domestic and geopolitical compulsions stand in the way.
Can Pakistan and Bangladesh Be Friends?
August 26, 2020

Can Pakistan and Bangladesh Be Friends?

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
China and Turkey are providing the opportunity for Pakistan to sit with Bangladesh again. Islamabad must do so with sincerity and self-reflection.

Why Southeast Asia Should Matter to Imran Khan’s Pakistan
March 27, 2020

Why Southeast Asia Should Matter to Imran Khan’s Pakistan

By Sidra Tariq Jamil and Mustafa Izzuddin
As Khan seeks to break new ground in Pakistan's foreign policy, it's time to give ASEAN a closer look.

Touqir Hussain on Pakistan Foreign Policy Under Imran Khan
September 10, 2019

Touqir Hussain on Pakistan Foreign Policy Under Imran Khan

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat talks with Touqir Hussain on Imran Khan and his handling of Pakistan's foreign policy thus far.

Would New India-Pakistan Talks Really Matter?
May 31, 2019

Would New India-Pakistan Talks Really Matter?

By Touqir Hussain
Even if dialogue resumes, it is doubtful if it will achieve anything short of synchronized progress on a number of areas.
Testing Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘Independent’ Mind
March 15, 2019

Testing Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘Independent’ Mind

By Daud Khattak
Khan rode a reputation for independence into office, but can he break from the constraints that hamstrung his predecessors?

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