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A Year Later, a Civil Rights Movement Soldiers on in Pakistan
February 01, 2019
A Year Later, a Civil Rights Movement Soldiers on in Pakistan
The February 2018 Islamabad sit-in gave birth to the most dynamic, active, and nonviolent youth political uprising Pakistan has seen.
A Year Later, a Civil Rights Movement Soldiers on in Pakistan
Pakistan Supreme Court Upholds Acquittal of Aasia Bibi
January 30, 2019
Pakistan Supreme Court Upholds Acquittal of Aasia Bibi
The acquittal frees Aasia Bibi to leave Pakistan, where she has come under threats from extremists.
Pakistan Supreme Court Upholds Acquittal of Aasia Bibi
Pakistan and the Sea: Preserving the Marine Environment
January 19, 2019
Pakistan and the Sea: Preserving the Marine Environment
As blue waters turn black, Pakistan can do more to halt the degradation of its marine environments.
Pakistan and the Sea: Preserving the Marine Environment
Pakistan and Syria: Rebuilding a Fractured Relationship
January 19, 2019
Pakistan and Syria: Rebuilding a Fractured Relationship
As the Arab World warms to Assad, how should Pakistan respond?
Pakistan and Syria: Rebuilding a Fractured Relationship
Freed by Court, Pakistani Christian Aasia Bibi Still a Prisoner
January 17, 2019
Freed by Court, Pakistani Christian Aasia Bibi Still a Prisoner
Bibi's hiding place is comfortable enough, but it's still a jail of sorts.
Freed by Court, Pakistani Christian Aasia Bibi Still a Prisoner
Why Is China Vulnerable to Terrorism in Pakistan?
January 12, 2019
Why Is China Vulnerable to Terrorism in Pakistan?
Pakistan needs effective counterterrorism strategies to maintain strong bilateral ties with China.
Why Is China Vulnerable to Terrorism in Pakistan?
China, Pakistan Conclude Bilateral Counterterrorism Exercises
January 08, 2019
China, Pakistan Conclude Bilateral Counterterrorism Exercises
The sixth iteration of the bilateral ‘Warrior’ exercise concluded in Punjab.
China, Pakistan Conclude Bilateral Counterterrorism Exercises
Pakistan Acknowledges Indian Role in Afghanistan
December 22, 2018
Pakistan Acknowledges Indian Role in Afghanistan
Indian analysts, however, remain divided on the sincerity and reasons for Islamabad’s sudden flip-flop.
Pakistan Acknowledges Indian Role in Afghanistan
Pakistan's Biodiversity Is Disappearing, But No One Seems to Notice
December 01, 2018
Pakistan's Biodiversity Is Disappearing, But No One Seems to Notice
The depletion of natural habitats in Pakistan is a problem in need of greater attention.
Pakistan's Biodiversity Is Disappearing, But No One Seems to Notice
Iran, India, and a New Way Forward for Afghanistan
November 30, 2018
Iran, India, and a New Way Forward for Afghanistan
A new strategy for Afghanistan begins in Iran and needs India’s help.
Iran, India, and a New Way Forward for Afghanistan
Aasia Bibi and the Plight of Pakistan’s Untouchables
November 05, 2018
Aasia Bibi and the Plight of Pakistan’s Untouchables
An altercation between a Christian woman and Muslim women was based on a Hindu custom.
Aasia Bibi and the Plight of Pakistan’s Untouchables
Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
October 30, 2018
Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
What does the release of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund tell us about the prospects for peace talks in Afghanistan?
Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
October 25, 2018
Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
Prime Minister Imran Khan isn’t likely to radically change Pakistan’s complicated relationship with the Taliban.
Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
Imran Khan Takes on Corruption in Pakistan
October 19, 2018
Imran Khan Takes on Corruption in Pakistan
A look at new Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s opening efforts to confront corruption.
Imran Khan Takes on Corruption in Pakistan
Who Can Be Pakistani?
October 11, 2018
Who Can Be Pakistani?
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan set off a fiery debate when he suggested citizenship for Afghan refugees.
Who Can Be Pakistani?
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
October 10, 2018
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
Water scarcity -- not war -- is a rising cause for displacement in Afghanistan.
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
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