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Beware the Himalayan Heat: China, India, and Pakistan on the Brink
May 17, 2022

Beware the Himalayan Heat: China, India, and Pakistan on the Brink

By Daniel Markey, Andrew Scobell, Vikram Singh
Even as war in Europe grinds on, Washington should not lose sight of the frightening implications of recent developments in South Asia.

Don’t Single Ukraine Out For Selling Military Hardware to Pakistan
April 21, 2022

Don’t Single Ukraine Out For Selling Military Hardware to Pakistan

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Just as it is in India’s national interest to keep good relations with both Russia and West, it was in Ukraine’s to sell arms to both India and Pakistan.
Imran Khan’s US Conspiracy Theory: A Close Examination
April 13, 2022

Imran Khan’s US Conspiracy Theory: A Close Examination

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Khan has not provided any evidence that Americans toppled his government; meanwhile, the Pakistan opposition has been agitating for a no-confidence vote for months.

The Many Unanswered Questions About India’s Missile Accident
March 18, 2022

The Many Unanswered Questions About India’s Missile Accident

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Thankfully the accidental firing of an Indian missile into Pakistani territory did not lead to escalation, but many questions remain unanswered about what happened.

Pakistan: Areas Cleared After Militant Attacks Kill 9 Troops
February 08, 2022

Pakistan: Areas Cleared After Militant Attacks Kill 9 Troops

By Abdul Sattar
Authorities say they have quelled an insurgency launched by Baluch separatists demanding independence from Pakistan, but attacks have continued in recent years.

‘Disciplinary Gangs’ in Pakistani Academia
February 05, 2022

‘Disciplinary Gangs’ in Pakistani Academia

By Arsim Tariq
From universities to research think tanks, academic disciplinary gangs impede interdisciplinary, creative, and aesthetic endeavors to move beyond a security- and state-centric vision of international relations.

Goodwill and Cricket: Australia’s Upcoming Tour of Pakistan
January 31, 2022

Goodwill and Cricket: Australia’s Upcoming Tour of Pakistan

By Grant Wyeth
Cricket-playing countries have been reluctant to play in Pakistan since a 2009 attack on a visiting team's bus. But the game must go on.
For Love of Urdu: Language and the Legacies of Jinnah and Nehru
January 28, 2022

For Love of Urdu: Language and the Legacies of Jinnah and Nehru

By Shahzaman Haque
That the two founding figures of Indian and Pakistani independence were united by a shared love of Urdu speaks eloquently of the language’s rich history.

Pakistan Police: Mob Kills Sri Lankan Over Alleged Blasphemy
December 03, 2021

Pakistan Police: Mob Kills Sri Lankan Over Alleged Blasphemy

By Babar Dogar
Mob attacks on people accused of blasphemy are common in Pakistan.

Top Pakistan Diplomat Details Taliban Plan
September 23, 2021

Top Pakistan Diplomat Details Taliban Plan

By Edith M. Lederer
"Yes, there are no women yet," Pakistani Foreign Minister Qureshi said of the Taliban government. "But let us let the situation evolve."

With Taliban’s Rise, India Sees Renewed Threat in Kashmir
September 15, 2021

With Taliban’s Rise, India Sees Renewed Threat in Kashmir

By Aijaz Hussain
The Taliban victory has boosted the hope of anti-India terror groups in the region.
Kyrgyzstan Effectively Suspends Visas for Pakistan, India Amid Afghanistan Stress
September 07, 2021

Kyrgyzstan Effectively Suspends Visas for Pakistan, India Amid Afghanistan Stress

By Catherine Putz
A pandemic-related influx of Pakistani and other South Asian travelers mixed with Afghanistan worries to produce a xenophobic backlash on social media.

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