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<em>Baad</em>: A Cruel Tradition in Balochistan
July 21, 2018
Baad: A Cruel Tradition in Balochistan
Balochistan's women suffer at the hand of an old tribal cultural practice.
Baad: A Cruel Tradition in Balochistan
Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
May 04, 2018
Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
PTM’s criticism of the Pakistani military is furious, but their methods are constitutional and Islamabad would be better off listening.
Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
Can the Afghan War Be Won in 2016?
January 14, 2016
Can the Afghan War Be Won in 2016?
The Diplomat's Franz-Stefan Gady speaks with Ankit Panda about the Afghan National Army's war effort.
Can the Afghan War Be Won in 2016?
Balochistan Grapples With Sectarian Violence
June 18, 2015
Balochistan Grapples With Sectarian Violence
A bus attack in late May targeted Pashtun, potentially opening up a new chapter in local lawlessness.
Balochistan Grapples With Sectarian Violence
Bridging the Pashtun Divide
February 10, 2015
Bridging the Pashtun Divide
Pashtuns on both sides of the Durand Line need to display a little more empathy towards each other.
Bridging the Pashtun Divide
Why the Durand Line Matters
February 21, 2014
Why the Durand Line Matters
It is time for Kabul to accept the legality of the border.
Why the Durand Line Matters
Pakistan’s Coming Defeat in Afghanistan
July 03, 2012
Pakistan’s Coming Defeat in Afghanistan
Ashley J. Tellis explains why Pakistan must rethink its Afghanistan policies, or risk defeat
Pakistan’s Coming Defeat in Afghanistan
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