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Pakistan Remains in the UN Terror Financing Grey Zone
October 20, 2020

Pakistan Remains in the UN Terror Financing Grey Zone

By Husain Haqqani
Pakistan has failed in letter and spirit to disrupt and dismantle terrorist financial infrastructure despite repeated warnings.

Pakistan Police Arrest Key Suspect in Shocking Highway Rape
October 14, 2020

Pakistan Police Arrest Key Suspect in Shocking Highway Rape

By Associated Press
The attack shocked Pakistan and galvanized women's rights activists.
Pakistan to Keep Top Suspect in Daniel Pearl Murder in Jail, Despite April Acquittal
October 07, 2020

Pakistan to Keep Top Suspect in Daniel Pearl Murder in Jail, Despite April Acquittal

By Associated Press
The government has opposed Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh's release, despite his acquittal in April, saying it would endanger the public. 

Andrew Small on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor’s Return to the Shadows
October 06, 2020

Andrew Small on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor’s Return to the Shadows

By Catherine Putz
“CPEC has been a chastening experience for China in the context of the BRI.”

The Changing Landscape of Anti-Shia Politics in Pakistan
September 28, 2020

The Changing Landscape of Anti-Shia Politics in Pakistan

By Jaffer A. Mirza
A new anti-Shia campaign has been building in Pakistan, propelled by a radicalization of the mainstream like never before.

US Envoy Lauds Pakistan’s Role in Afghan Peace Talks Process
September 15, 2020

US Envoy Lauds Pakistan’s Role in Afghan Peace Talks Process

By Associated Press
Washington's peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and a U.S. delegation visiting Pakistan praised its assistance.

Can PTI and PPP Cooperate in Karachi?
September 12, 2020

Can PTI and PPP Cooperate in Karachi?

By Umair Jamal
Karachi is in ruins and the likely cooperation between the PTI and PPP is not going to change anything. 
Taliban Return to Doha, Setting Stage for Afghan Peace Talks
September 08, 2020

Taliban Return to Doha, Setting Stage for Afghan Peace Talks

By Associated Press
The delayed negotiations are the second, critical part to a peace deal the U.S. signed with the Taliban in February in Doha.

What Does the Controversial Anti-Money Laundering Bill Tell Us About Pakistani Politics?
August 28, 2020

What Does the Controversial Anti-Money Laundering Bill Tell Us About Pakistani Politics?

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan’s parliament rejected a major Anti-Money Laundering Bill, claiming the government had left out the opposition’s amendments.

Taliban Negotiators Visit Pakistan to Talk Afghan Peace Push
August 24, 2020

Taliban Negotiators Visit Pakistan to Talk Afghan Peace Push

By Associated Press
The Taliban delegation, led by their political chief Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, will discuss with Pakistan's leaders the "recent developments in Afghanistan's peace process.”

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Reunifies with Uncertain Consequences
August 18, 2020

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Reunifies with Uncertain Consequences

By Umair Jamal
Two major splinter groups recently reunited with Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan. What that means for regional security remains unclear.
Has Kashmir Ceased to Be Pakistan’s Jugular Vein? 
August 13, 2020

Has Kashmir Ceased to Be Pakistan’s Jugular Vein? 

By Umair Jamal
It is high time that Pakistan’s policymakers trim the size of their Kashmir narrative to match the evident realities.

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