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Reviewing Pakistan's Anti-Terror Fight, 3 Years After the Peshawar School Attack
December 20, 2017
Reviewing Pakistan's Anti-Terror Fight, 3 Years After the Peshawar School Attack
Why is the world reluctant to recognize Pakistan’s sacrifices in the fight against terrorism? The APS attack and its aftermath serve as a test case.
Reviewing Pakistan's Anti-Terror Fight, 3 Years After the Peshawar School Attack
Afghanistan-Pakistan: A False Spring?
July 01, 2015
Afghanistan-Pakistan: A False Spring?
The Diplomat talks to Michael Kugelman, senior program associate for South Asia at the Woodrow Wilson Center, to find out.
Afghanistan-Pakistan: A False Spring?
Healing Pakistan's Wounds by Building 141 Schools for Peace
May 05, 2015
Healing Pakistan's Wounds by Building 141 Schools for Peace
The Diplomat speaks to two social entrepreneurs who are addressing Pakistan's shortage of schools.
Healing Pakistan's Wounds by Building 141 Schools for Peace
America’s Pakistan Dilemma
February 12, 2015
America’s Pakistan Dilemma
Rarely have Pakistan and U.S. strategic interests converged.
America’s Pakistan Dilemma
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
Pakistan: No More ‘Good Taliban’?
January 19, 2015
Pakistan: No More ‘Good Taliban’?
Pakistan's government has vowed to end the Good Taliban/Bad Taliban distinction. Should we believe it?
Pakistan: No More ‘Good Taliban’?
Protesting in Pakistan
January 17, 2015
Protesting in Pakistan
Young Pakistanis use social media to make their voices heard in the wake of the Peshawar attacks.
Protesting in Pakistan
Pakistan's Local Militants Show Weakness With Islamic State Allegiance
January 16, 2015
Pakistan's Local Militants Show Weakness With Islamic State Allegiance
Pakistan's militant groups are showing weakness by allowing the Islamic State to carry out operations on their turf.
Pakistan's Local Militants Show Weakness With Islamic State Allegiance
After Peshawar Attack, Pakistan's Civil Society Under Threat
January 08, 2015
After Peshawar Attack, Pakistan's Civil Society Under Threat
Pakistan’s civil society is under attack by “unknown miscreants” for speaking against the "good" Taliban.
After Peshawar Attack, Pakistan's Civil Society Under Threat
Pakistan and Islamic Ideology
January 06, 2015
Pakistan and Islamic Ideology
To eliminate terror, Pakistan needs to go further than ending the good Taliban-bad Taliban distinction.
Pakistan and Islamic Ideology
The Top Ten Stories in South Asia, 2014
December 27, 2014
The Top Ten Stories in South Asia, 2014
A look at the events in 2014 likely to have the most lasting impact on the region and beyond.
The Top Ten Stories in South Asia, 2014
Who Should Worry About Pakistan’s School Carnage?
December 26, 2014
Who Should Worry About Pakistan’s School Carnage?
Is the tragic Peshawar massacre a symptom of Pakistan’s continued tolerance of the Taliban?
Who Should Worry About Pakistan’s School Carnage?
Pakistan Responds to the Peshawar School Massacre
December 26, 2014
Pakistan Responds to the Peshawar School Massacre
Intense public outrage is forcing the government to step up its fight against terrorism.
Pakistan Responds to the Peshawar School Massacre
Where Does Pakistan Go From Here?
December 24, 2014
Where Does Pakistan Go From Here?
Has the barbarity of December 16 finally changed the way Pakistan’s politicians view security?
Where Does Pakistan Go From Here?
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
December 20, 2014
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
Dr. Christine Fair talks with The Diplomat about the Peshawar attack and Islamabad’s response.
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
Massacre in Pakistan
December 18, 2014
Massacre in Pakistan
No more “good” and “bad” Taliban as Pakistan responds to a horrific slaughter at a Peshawar school.
Massacre in Pakistan
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