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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.

Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?
March 22, 2019

Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?

By Joy Mitra
An India-Pakistan NSA-level channel could be pivotal in future crises.

Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor
March 18, 2019

Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor

By Umair Jamal
Can the Kartarpur corridor become a source of meaningful dialogue between India and Pakistan?

India and Pakistan: Living on Borrowed Time
March 08, 2019

India and Pakistan: Living on Borrowed Time

By Jeff M. Smith
Pakistan’s security establishment must be convinced the cost for using terrorism as an instrument of state policy outweighs the benefits.
Does the OIC Have a Role to Play in India-Pakistan Crises?
February 27, 2019

Does the OIC Have a Role to Play in India-Pakistan Crises?

By Umair Jamal
Can the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) act as a crisis manager between India and Pakistan?

After the Pulwama Attack: Causes, Effects, and Lessons Learned
February 22, 2019

After the Pulwama Attack: Causes, Effects, and Lessons Learned

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Does the Pulwama VBIED attack represent an inflection point in Kashmir?
Understanding the Origins of the Pulwama Attack Inside Pakistan
February 16, 2019

Understanding the Origins of the Pulwama Attack Inside Pakistan

By Umair Jamal
Who benefits from the Pulwama attack?  

Billions at a Cost: Pakistan’s Arab State Windfall
January 10, 2019

Billions at a Cost: Pakistan’s Arab State Windfall

By Umair Jamal
Billions of dollars are pouring into Pakistan from Arab countries, but at what cost?

India, Pakistan, and the Kartarpur Corridor
December 11, 2018

India, Pakistan, and the Kartarpur Corridor

By Grant Wyeth
The Kartarpur Corridor may be a small initiative to create some goodwill and ease one pressure on both states.

What Explains Saudi Arabia's Latest Round of Financial Assistance to Pakistan?
October 30, 2018

What Explains Saudi Arabia's Latest Round of Financial Assistance to Pakistan?

By Umair Jamal
Why would the Saudis agree to help Pakistan out this time?
It's Time for Imran Khan to Patch Things Up With the United States
October 12, 2018

It's Time for Imran Khan to Patch Things Up With the United States

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan's domestic doldrums mean it needs the United States on its side.

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