Subscribe

Tag

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.

The Taliban’s Careful Cheerleaders: Pakistan’s Statements on the Fall of Kabul
August 17, 2021

The Taliban’s Careful Cheerleaders: Pakistan’s Statements on the Fall of Kabul

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Islamabad has always secretly supported the Taliban. Now it is laying the ground to do so openly.

Is There Space in Pakistan for Women on Their Own?
August 13, 2021

Is There Space in Pakistan for Women on Their Own?

By Nushmiya Sukhera
The expected arc of a woman’s life in Pakistan is living in her parents’ home and then that of her husband. But more women are striking out alone, seeking independence.

Pakistan’s Hindu Temple Ransacking Has Deep Ideological Roots
August 07, 2021

Pakistan’s Hindu Temple Ransacking Has Deep Ideological Roots

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan’s anti-Hindu bigotry remains uniquely institutionalized.

Can Uzbekistan and Pakistan Help Stabilize Afghanistan?
August 05, 2021

Can Uzbekistan and Pakistan Help Stabilize Afghanistan?

By James Durso
Focusing on trade networks, Afghanistan’s neighbors hope to forge regional stability in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal.
South Asia’s Cultural Climate Is at Risk. What Can the US Do?
July 28, 2021

South Asia’s Cultural Climate Is at Risk. What Can the US Do?

By Knox Thames
Encouraging South Asian nations to protect their historic multiculturalism will help reduce human rights violations, protect religious and ethnic minorities, and promote peace and stability.

Project Taliban: An Anti-Pashtun Initiative?
July 27, 2021

Project Taliban: An Anti-Pashtun Initiative?

By Bilquees Daud
Pashtuns on both sides of the Durand line have been at the receiving end of some of the most grotesque and intense violence by the Taliban.

US Peace Envoy Visits Islamabad as Pakistan-Afghan Ties Sour
July 20, 2021

US Peace Envoy Visits Islamabad as Pakistan-Afghan Ties Sour

By Kathy Gannon
Zalmay Khalilzad's visit came just hours after Afghanistan withdrew its ambassador from Pakistan.

The China-Pakistan Partnership Continues to Deepen 
July 09, 2021

The China-Pakistan Partnership Continues to Deepen 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The already deep Sino-Pakistani military and strategic relationship is set to deepen further for myriad reasons.
Difficult Decisions Lie Ahead for Pakistan Amid US Withdrawal From Afghanistan
July 08, 2021

Difficult Decisions Lie Ahead for Pakistan Amid US Withdrawal From Afghanistan

By Umair Jamal
The Pakistan military now believes that both the TTP and the Afghan Taliban are threats to the country’s national security.

Page 1 of 67