Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble Worsens Conflict in Balochistan
By Niha Dagia
For Baloch rebels to conduct sophisticated attacks is undeniably a worrying sign for Pakistan.
Blame Game Won’t Help Pakistan’s Cricketing Cause
By Umair Jamal
No Pakistani official has admitted to concerns emerging from the deteriorating security situation in Pakistan and the region.
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.
Bangladesh Squad Returns to Pakistan for First Cricket Test Match Since 2003
By Associated Press
It’s another step forward for Pakistani cricket, as security concerns previously prevented the country from hosting international matches.
The Quest to Revive Tourism in Pakistan
By Syed Hammad Mahmood
Pakistan is a nature-lover's dream. Now, thanks to a better security situation and government efforts, the world is finally realizing that.
Imran Khan Goes to Washington: What’s on the Agenda for US-Pakistan Security Relations?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
A closer look at some of the security-related agenda items for the upcoming development and how they could impact bilateral ties.
Can Pakistan Protect CPEC?
By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
An attack on a luxury hotel in the heart of Gwadar proves that Pakistan's military-centric approach is failing.
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 Pashtun Rights Movement Suffers First Casualty
By Daud Khattak
A year after the PTM took shape, one of its leaders has been killed and frustration is growing.
How CPEC Security Will Test the 'All-Weather Friendship' of China and Pakistan
By Abdur Rehman
If Pakistan can't ensure the safety of Chinese workers, it should expect a cold shoulder from Beijing.
‘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.
Is the US Trying to Sabotage the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor?
By Ian Price
Intentional or not, U.S. counterterror operations are pushing militants into Balochistan, the heart of CPEC.