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Lessons From Balakot: One Year On
March 01, 2020

Lessons From Balakot: One Year On

By Sitara Noor and Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
One year ago, India and Pakistan engaged in dangerous brinkmanship. What are the lessons learned?

Pakistan: How ‘Accountability’ Became a Tool for Political Oppression
February 13, 2020

Pakistan: How ‘Accountability’ Became a Tool for Political Oppression

By Abdul Rehman
Pakistan’s judiciary acknowledges the political victimization of the opposition, backed by military agencies.
What Does the Musharraf Verdict Mean for Pakistan?
December 27, 2019

What Does the Musharraf Verdict Mean for Pakistan?

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
The sentencing to death of Musharraf has been welcomed by many Pakistanis.

Pakistan Declares War on Pashtun Nationalism
May 02, 2019

Pakistan Declares War on Pashtun Nationalism

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The Pakistani military is trying to sound the death knell of the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement.

Why the Pakistani Establishment Is Rooting for the BJP
April 12, 2019

Why the Pakistani Establishment Is Rooting for the BJP

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The strange logic behind Pakistan's leaders wanting a Hindu nationalist party to keep control of India.

Pakistan Must Embrace, Not Collide With, PTM
February 13, 2019

Pakistan Must Embrace, Not Collide With, PTM

By Hussain Nadim
Securitizing the movement has put the state in an impossible situation. It’s time to de-escalate.

Pakistan’s Nasr Missile: ‘Cold Water’ Over India’s ‘Cold Start’?
January 31, 2019

Pakistan’s Nasr Missile: ‘Cold Water’ Over India’s ‘Cold Start’?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
A closer look at the broader significance of the capability.
Pakistan’s Twitter Crackdown
January 14, 2019

Pakistan’s Twitter Crackdown

By Tehreem Azeem
Why is Twitter sending notices to journalists and human rights activists in Pakistan?

Time for the US to Stop Supporting Pakistan’s Military Rule
August 15, 2018

Time for the US to Stop Supporting Pakistan’s Military Rule

By Mark Hannah
U.S. aid to Pakistan's military has helped keep civilian governments in the country weak.

Taha Siddiqui on Pakistan’s Muzzled Media
July 24, 2018

Taha Siddiqui on Pakistan’s Muzzled Media

By Aaquib Khan
The well-known journalist is living in exile after narrowly escaping an abduction attempt by gunmen.

Malaysia-Pakistan Military Ties in the Headlines With Navy Chief Visit
February 23, 2018

Malaysia-Pakistan Military Ties in the Headlines With Navy Chief Visit

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Both sides continue to explore opportunities to advance their defense ties despite the challenges.
Why China Won't Be Glad to See US-Pakistan Relations Take a Nosedive in 2018
January 22, 2018

Why China Won't Be Glad to See US-Pakistan Relations Take a Nosedive in 2018

By Ankit Panda
China sees more of a challenge than an opportunity in the ongoing U.S.-Pakistan tiff.

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