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On the Taliban, Pakistan, and Islamic State: An Interview With the Former TTP Spokesman
April 20, 2020

On the Taliban, Pakistan, and Islamic State: An Interview With the Former TTP Spokesman

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
In an ironic twist, Ehsanullah Ehsan is championing human rights after fleeing Pakistan.

Did Pakistan Win the Afghanistan War?
March 31, 2020

Did Pakistan Win the Afghanistan War?

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan is jubilant over the U.S.-Taliban peace deal, but celebration may be premature.
Ehsanullah Ehsan’s Escape and Pakistan’s Militant Landscape
February 12, 2020

Ehsanullah Ehsan’s Escape and Pakistan’s Militant Landscape

By Umair Jamal
What does the controversial militant leader's escape tell us about Pakistan's fight against militants?

Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
October 25, 2018

Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy

By Samuel Ramani
Prime Minister Imran Khan isn’t likely to radically change Pakistan’s complicated relationship with the Taliban.

Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect
August 01, 2018

Terrorism in Asia: The Global Village Effect

By Neil Thompson
How extremists in Asia are feeding off each others’ unrelated conflicts.

Pakistan’s Anti-Taliban Party on the Hit List Again
July 12, 2018

Pakistan’s Anti-Taliban Party on the Hit List Again

By Daud Khattak
A brazen attack on the Awami National Party shatter hopes of a peaceful campaign season in Pakistan.

How Can Islamabad Further Isolate the Pakistani Taliban?
June 27, 2018

How Can Islamabad Further Isolate the Pakistani Taliban?

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan has a chance to isolate the militant group if the country decides to completely support the Afghan peace process.
Afghan-Pakistani Cross-Border Terrorism Cuts Both Ways
April 09, 2018

Afghan-Pakistani Cross-Border Terrorism Cuts Both Ways

By Franz J. Marty
Exploring on-the-ground reports of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan presence in Afghanistan.

Are US-Pakistan Relations Back on Track?
March 10, 2018

Are US-Pakistan Relations Back on Track?

By Daud Khattak
A U.S. drone strike and bounty on Pakistani Taliban leaders signal renewed cooperation between the U.S. and Pakistan.

Flagging Pakistani Taliban Loses Another Top Gun
February 10, 2018

Flagging Pakistani Taliban Loses Another Top Gun

By Daud Khattak
Mehsud Taliban leader Khan Said Sajna is reported dead in a drone strike.

South Asia’s 4 Competing Jihads
November 10, 2017

South Asia’s 4 Competing Jihads

By Muhammad Nawaz Khan
Islamic State, al-Qaeda, and the Afghan and Pakistani Taliban have differing visions for the region.
Drones: Pakistan’s Unwanted Boon
October 25, 2017

Drones: Pakistan’s Unwanted Boon

By Daud Khattak
U.S. drone strikes have done far more than the Pakistani military to take out militant leaders.

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