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The Battle for Supremacy in Pakistan: Asim Munir Vs Imran Khan

The Battle for Supremacy in Pakistan: Asim Munir Vs Imran Khan

By Aditya Kumar Singh and Rahul Rawat
The tussle between Asim Munir and Imran Khan will only provoke politics of revenge, furthering polarization and deepening Pakistan’s poly-crisis.
Pakistan’s People Are Fleeing Not Only Economic Crisis But Extremism

Pakistan’s People Are Fleeing Not Only Economic Crisis But Extremism

By Arsalan Bilal
Policymakers in Pakistan need to set the country’s house in order and work to convince its youth, its future leaders, that the country is worth staying in and building up.

Is the Crisis in Pakistan Good for India?

Is the Crisis in Pakistan Good for India?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The current crisis in Pakistan may turn out to be a challenge for New Delhi after all.

Pakistan’s Supreme Court Orders Release of Former PM Imran Khan 

Pakistan’s Supreme Court Orders Release of Former PM Imran Khan 

By Munir Ahmed and Riazat Butt
His arrest sparked violence earlier this week and now Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ruled it illegal.

After Attacks on Chinese Nationals, Pakistan Pledges More Security

After Attacks on Chinese Nationals, Pakistan Pledges More Security

By Munir Ahmed
China has been demanding more security from Pakistan for its nationals residing and working in the Islamic country for a few years now.
Pakistan’s Electoral Limbo

Pakistan’s Electoral Limbo

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The last year has been been a microcosm of Pakistan’s seven decades of dysfunction, now culminating in ambiguity over the most fundamental of democratic exercises: holding an election. 

India-Pakistan Tensions Flare Up Within SCO

India-Pakistan Tensions Flare Up Within SCO

By Catherine Putz
All eyes are on a series of critical meetings hosted by India in the lead up to the planned SCO Summit in July.
Pakistan Police, Ex-PM Khan Supporters Scuffle Near His Home

Pakistan Police, Ex-PM Khan Supporters Scuffle Near His Home

By Babar Dogar and Munir Ahmed
After the former PM failed to appear in a court in Islamabad to be indicted on graft charges Friday, Pakistani police moved to arrest Khan, triggering a clash with supporters outside his home.

A Dangerous Game: Pakistan’s Ruling Class Plays Politics as Terrorism Brews

A Dangerous Game: Pakistan’s Ruling Class Plays Politics as Terrorism Brews

By Ali Malik
It is time for Pakistan’s political and military establishment to wake up and reconcile with the fact that they can’t negotiate their way to peace.

Militant Who Killed 101 at Pakistan Mosque Wore Uniform

Militant Who Killed 101 at Pakistan Mosque Wore Uniform

By Riaz Khan
Footage released by police shows the suspected bomber disguised as a policeman walking toward the compound with a motorcycle.

Imran Khan’s Party Dissolves Assembly in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Imran Khan’s Party Dissolves Assembly in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

By Riaz Khan
The former prime minister's party has been accused of trying to force early elections by creating political chaos.
Islamic State Khorasan Brings War With Pakistan to Afghan Soil

Islamic State Khorasan Brings War With Pakistan to Afghan Soil

By Lucas Webber
In striking a Pakistani target in Taliban territory, ISKP is harming its two primary battlefield enemies at once.

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