US Help Won’t Solve Pakistan’s Terrorism Problems
By Riaz Khokhar
So long as Pakistan lacks the political will to root out terrorism on its western borderlands, international efforts would be in vain.
The Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan
By Abdul Basit
Without revisiting its myopic Afghan policy, a new counterterrorism campaign alone will not fix Pakistan's mounting challenges with terrorism.
India, Pakistan Ministers Trade Heated Accusations of Terrorism
By Edith M Lederer
While India’s foreign minister described Pakistan as the “epicenter of terrorism,” his Pakistani counterpart labeled the Indian PM as “the butcher of Gujarat.”
US Sanctions Leaders of Anti-Pakistan Terrorist Groups
By Associated Press
The State Department added four leaders of TTP and al-Qaida in the Indian Subcontinent to its list of "Specially Designated Global Terrorists."
FATF Delisting Marks Pakistan’s Progress Against Terrorism Financing
By Mariam Shah
Pakistan has made it off the FATF grey list, but it must not cease its efforts toward countering money laundering and terrorism financing.
Renewed Sectarian Tensions Risk Radicalizing Crisis-hit Pakistan
By Liam Gibson
Radicalization of the historically moderate Barelvi sub-sect and rapid growth of the local Islamic State chapter could trigger a new wave of inter-communal violence.
Police File Terrorism Charges Against Pakistan’s Imran Khan
By Munir Ahmed
The charges came over a speech he made recently, vowing to sue police officers and a judge over the alleged torture of a close aide.
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
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.
New Zealand Abandons Cricket Tour of Pakistan Over Security Concerns
By Rizwan Ali
New Zealand Cricket called off its first match in Pakistan in 18 years, even though Pakistan’s government insisted that “no security threat of any kind exists.”
Pakistan Targets a Resurgent TTP as Uncertainty Looms in Afghanistan
By Umair Jamal
The withdrawal of U.S. troops raises questions about Pakistan’s ability to target TTP militants in Afghanistan.
What Is the Significance of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s Latest Attack in Quetta?
By Umair Jamal
The attack on Serena Hotel, far outside TTP's usual operating area, is an extremely worrying sign that the group has regained its old strength.