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Can a Negative Decision at the FATF Bolster Hardliners in Pakistan?
October 16, 2019

Can a Negative Decision at the FATF Bolster Hardliners in Pakistan?

By Umair Jamal
Being blacklisted at the FATF could set back real progress in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response
September 05, 2019

Pakistan’s Anguish on Kashmir Elicits An Extremely Hollow International Response

By Shairee Malhotra
Pakistan’s relentless anguish seems to have fallen on deaf ears and it remains in a tight spot on Kashmir.
Why Has Pakistan Set Up an FATF Cell at the Federal Bureau of Revenue?
July 31, 2019

Why Has Pakistan Set Up an FATF Cell at the Federal Bureau of Revenue?

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan immediately needs to put in place a major reform package to address the forum's concerns.

Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?
June 25, 2019

Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?

By Umair Jamal
What are Pakistan’s options at the FATF?

3 Scenarios for India-Pakistan Relations Under Modi 2.0
June 25, 2019

3 Scenarios for India-Pakistan Relations Under Modi 2.0

By Fahad Nabeel
Can India and Pakistan shift the balance from confrontation to cooperation?

Why Should Pakistan and India Revive Back-Channel Diplomacy?
May 27, 2019

Why Should Pakistan and India Revive Back-Channel Diplomacy?

By Umair Jamal
Does either country have much to gain from a return to talks?

Challenges Ahead for Pakistan-India Relations After the Indian Elections
May 11, 2019

Challenges Ahead for Pakistan-India Relations After the Indian Elections

By Umair Jamal
The relationship between New Delhi and Islamabad will remain difficult.
Pakistan-Iran Relations Under Imran Khan
April 30, 2019

Pakistan-Iran Relations Under Imran Khan

By Umair Jamal
How significant was the Pakistani prime minister’s visit, especially right after a major attack in Balochistan?

Pakistan Revisits the Usefulness of ‘Armed Militias’—For What?
April 17, 2019

Pakistan Revisits the Usefulness of ‘Armed Militias’—For What?

By Umair Jamal
Why does Pakistan’s prime minister believe that the country has no use for armed groups?

Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process
April 10, 2019

Why the Taliban Are in Control of the Afghan Peace Process

By Umair Jamal
The Afghan peace process is at the mercy of the Taliban.

Could Offensive Cyber Capabilities Tip India and Pakistan to War?
March 26, 2019

Could Offensive Cyber Capabilities Tip India and Pakistan to War?

By Reda Baig
The escalation risks in South Asia stemming from offensive cyber capabilities must be carefully considered.
Looking East: The Evolution of Pakistan-Malaysia Economic Ties
March 25, 2019

Looking East: The Evolution of Pakistan-Malaysia Economic Ties

By Hannan R. Hussain
Malaysia and Pakistan push their bilateral ties forward.

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