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Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70
August 01, 2017
Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70
70 years later, the neighbors and rivals still struggle with the “unfinished business of partition.”
Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70
Pakistan's National Security Adviser on Counterterrorism
April 07, 2017
Pakistan's National Security Adviser on Counterterrorism
Lt. Gen. Janjua speaks about his strategy and his views on current progress in Pakistan’s fight on terror.
Pakistan's National Security Adviser on Counterterrorism
US-Pakistan Counterterrorism Needs a New Focus
April 04, 2017
US-Pakistan Counterterrorism Needs a New Focus
Sunni-Shia sectarian violence in Pakistan could destabilize the entire South Asia region if left unchecked.
US-Pakistan Counterterrorism Needs a New Focus
Is Pakistan's National Action Plan Actually Working?
December 24, 2016
Is Pakistan's National Action Plan Actually Working?
Two years after Pakistan unveiled its strategy for fighting terrorism, the results are mixed.
Is Pakistan's National Action Plan Actually Working?
The Saudi-Iran Rivalry and Sectarian Strife in South Asia
October 06, 2016
The Saudi-Iran Rivalry and Sectarian Strife in South Asia
Iran and Saudi Arabia are recruiting and radicalizing local Muslim populations in Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan.
The Saudi-Iran Rivalry and Sectarian Strife in South Asia
Malik Ishaq and Pakistan’s Sectarian Violence
August 11, 2015
Malik Ishaq and Pakistan’s Sectarian Violence
Killed in a shootout with police late last month, Ishaq had a long history of involvement in sectarian attacks in Pakistan.
Malik Ishaq and Pakistan’s Sectarian Violence
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