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Pakistan’s Great Expectations of the Taliban
October 08, 2021

Pakistan’s Great Expectations of the Taliban

By Umair Jamal
Taliban leaders would not want to appear as Pakistan’s pawns as that would undermine their stature among the rank and file.

Pakistan Targets a Resurgent TTP as Uncertainty Looms in Afghanistan
June 05, 2021

Pakistan Targets a Resurgent TTP as Uncertainty Looms in Afghanistan

By Umair Jamal
The withdrawal of U.S. troops raises questions about Pakistan’s ability to target TTP militants in Afghanistan.
The Pakistani Taliban is Back
March 09, 2021

The Pakistani Taliban is Back

By Daud Khattak
Over the past two years, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has re-emerged. The group poses a threat in Pakistan and beyond.

Beyond Ideologies: The Many Tehreeks of Pakistan
December 01, 2020

Beyond Ideologies: The Many Tehreeks of Pakistan

By Niha Dagia and Niha Dagia
By offering condolences for Khadim Hussain Rizvi’s death, is the TTP planning to expand its influence into the political realm?

The Resurgence of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan
July 18, 2020

The Resurgence of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan

By Tarun Nair
The reintegration of the Hakimullah Mehsud group is the latest sign of the militant group’s ambitions and reach.

Are US Forces Striking Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Members in Afghanistan for Islamabad?
February 14, 2020

Are US Forces Striking Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Members in Afghanistan for Islamabad?

By Umair Jamal
Are Pakistan and the United States on the same page regarding militants in Afghanistan?

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?
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.

ISIS Might Have One Last Escape Route: Pakistan
November 07, 2017

ISIS Might Have One Last Escape Route: Pakistan

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
As ISIS' stronghold falls in the Middle East, Pakistan may provide the most fertile ground for Islamic State.

Before Afghanistan, Trump Should Sort Out How 'South Asia' Is Seen in Washington
August 24, 2017

Before Afghanistan, Trump Should Sort Out How 'South Asia' Is Seen in Washington

By Kabir Taneja
Why Trump should address South Asia policy thinking in Washington first.

How the Islamic State Could Be Reborn in Afghanistan
December 30, 2016

How the Islamic State Could Be Reborn in Afghanistan

By Daud Khattak
Although the ISKP is at a disadvantage, several factors could help it rise again in 2017.

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