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Paul Staniland on Militancy in the Asia-Pacific
January 01, 2022

Paul Staniland on Militancy in the Asia-Pacific

By Catherine Putz
“There is a huge spectrum of relations between non-state armed groups and governments, ranging from tight alliance to intense warfare to live-and-let-live deals in between.”

Blasphemy Killing Could Cast a Shadow on Pakistan’s Economy
December 10, 2021

Blasphemy Killing Could Cast a Shadow on Pakistan’s Economy

By Umair Jamal
Why would foreign investors want to visit Pakistan if they could get lynched on accusations of blasphemy?
The Dilemma Over the Blasphemy Law in Pakistan
December 07, 2021

The Dilemma Over the Blasphemy Law in Pakistan

By Niha Dagia
The mob killing of a Sri Lankan is the culmination of a fire lit decades ago, when a doctrinaire interpretation of Islam was allowed to thrive in a politically driven move to legitimize religious intolerance.

Pakistan’s Surging Religious Extremism
December 02, 2021

Pakistan’s Surging Religious Extremism

By Umair Jamal
Its political class has neither the will nor the intent to tackle religious extremism as all have benefited from it.

Pakistan’s TLP Emerges Stronger From Protests
November 02, 2021

Pakistan’s TLP Emerges Stronger From Protests

By Umair Jamal
The Imran Khan government’s secret deal with the banned group will get the latter off the streets but at a price.

Tumultuous Days Ahead for Prime Minister Imran Khan
October 27, 2021

Tumultuous Days Ahead for Prime Minister Imran Khan

By Umair Jamal
Economic turmoil, mass protests and a spat with the military are among a string of crises that the Pakistan government is battling at home.

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan Again Signals its Street Power
October 25, 2021

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan Again Signals its Street Power

By Niha Dagia
The banned far-right party has considerable support in politically significant Punjab.
Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan: From Street Power to Electoral Force?
May 17, 2021

Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan: From Street Power to Electoral Force?

By Sudha Ramachandran
In dealing with the Islamist group, the Imran Khan government has lurched from one extreme to another.

Pakistani Parliament Debates Whether to Expel French Envoy
April 21, 2021

Pakistani Parliament Debates Whether to Expel French Envoy

By Babr Dogar and Munir Ahmed
Will the Pakistani government give in to threats from radical Islamists? 

Pakistan’s Police Brave Islamist Violence — Alone
April 15, 2021

Pakistan’s Police Brave Islamist Violence — Alone

By Umair Jamal
Despite being a frontline counterextremist force, the police in Pakistan suffer from an image problem – and directly bear the brunt of Islamists.

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