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Pakistani Court Sentences Militant Linked to 2008 Mumbai Attacks
June 28, 2022

Pakistani Court Sentences Militant Linked to 2008 Mumbai Attacks

By Munir Ahmed and Asim Tanveer
Sajid Mir's sentencing could be part of part of Pakistan’s efforts to get off the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force.

The Emerging IS Threat in Pakistan
April 09, 2022

The Emerging IS Threat in Pakistan

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
Given Pakistan's lax approach to religious extremist groups, it was only a matter of time before IS reared its ugly head.
Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan
February 11, 2022

Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan

By Shahid Afzal Khan
A recent spate of attacks is adding weight to fears that the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan poses a security nightmare for Pakistan.

What Explains the Timing of Pakistan’s Anti-India Dossier?
November 17, 2020

What Explains the Timing of Pakistan’s Anti-India Dossier?

By Umair Jamal
Islamabad has come forward with evidence about India’s role in spreading terrorism in Pakistan. That might be a politically smart move.

The Return of Militancy in Pakistan
November 06, 2020

The Return of Militancy in Pakistan

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
After a few years of relative peace, militant groups are on the rise again – and at a dangerous time for Pakistan.

Bangladesh Squad Returns to Pakistan for First Cricket Test Match Since 2003
February 06, 2020

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.

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the 'Good Taliban'
March 10, 2017

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the 'Good Taliban'

By Syed Arfeen
Pakistan believes Afghanistan is harboring terrorists that conduct cross-border attacks; Kabul says the same.
Is Pakistan's National Action Plan Actually Working?
December 24, 2016

Is Pakistan's National Action Plan Actually Working?

By Zeeshan Salahuddin
Two years after Pakistan unveiled its strategy for fighting terrorism, the results are mixed.

Quetta Police College Attack: Pakistan Is Increasingly Vulnerable to Terrorism
October 25, 2016

Quetta Police College Attack: Pakistan Is Increasingly Vulnerable to Terrorism

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A power struggle in Punjab is putting Pakistan at risk as political players woo Islamist groups.

Civilians: The Ultimate Victims of the Af-Pak Proxy War
September 21, 2016

Civilians: The Ultimate Victims of the Af-Pak Proxy War

By Daud Khattak
The blame game playing out between Afghanistan and Pakistan only benefits militants threatening both sides.

After Quetta Attack, Pakistan’s ‘Good Taliban, Bad Taliban’ Strategy Under Fire
August 15, 2016

After Quetta Attack, Pakistan’s ‘Good Taliban, Bad Taliban’ Strategy Under Fire

By Daud Khattak
The latest attack proves yet again that Pakistan still has yet to adopt a comprehensive counterterrorism strategy.
Attack on University in Pakistan Leaves at Least 21 Dead
January 20, 2016

Attack on University in Pakistan Leaves at Least 21 Dead

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Gunmen stormed a college campus in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province killing students and faculty members.

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