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Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Ingress Into Punjab: Prospects and Challenges

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Ingress Into Punjab: Prospects and Challenges

By Abdul Basit
The TTP’s ingress into Punjab will help it gain more publicity and transform into an urban insurgency.

Pakistan’s Army Chief Calls for Cooperation in Tackling TTP

Pakistan’s Army Chief Calls for Cooperation in Tackling TTP

By Umair Jamal
The country's political parties are using the rising terrorist attacks in the country to score points against each other.
Pakistan in No Mood for Another Ceasefire with TTP

Pakistan in No Mood for Another Ceasefire with TTP

By Umair Jamal
Greater clarity on the government’s strategy toward the banned group has emerged after an NSC meeting.

Pakistan’s New Army Chief Faces Tough Internal Security Challenges

Pakistan’s New Army Chief Faces Tough Internal Security Challenges

By Abdul Basit
Will the Pakistan military under Gen. Asim Munir favor peace talks with the TTP, or a return to military operations?

Pakistani Taliban Suicide Bomber Targets Police Protecting Polio Teams

Pakistani Taliban Suicide Bomber Targets Police Protecting Polio Teams

By Abdul Sattar and Munir Ahmed
The group, which called off the cease-fire recently, said the attack was to avenge the killing of their former spokesperson, Abdul Wali.

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Pakistan’s Negotiations With Terrorists

Pakistan’s Negotiations With Terrorists

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan’s government is talking with the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), sparking fears about what the state is prepared to negotiate away.

Pakistan Takes Fight Against TTP Into Afghanistan

Pakistan Takes Fight Against TTP Into Afghanistan

By Umair Jamal
The military action inside Afghanistan marks a significant shift in its approach to the terror group.
Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble Worsens Conflict in Balochistan

Pakistan’s Afghan Gamble Worsens Conflict in Balochistan

By Niha Dagia
For Baloch rebels to conduct sophisticated attacks is undeniably a worrying sign for Pakistan.

Taliban’s Victory, Baloch Militancy, and Pakistan’s Choices

Taliban’s Victory, Baloch Militancy, and Pakistan’s Choices

By Umair Jamal
The first six months of Taliban rule show that the group has not delivered on any of Pakistan’s concerns.

Pakistan Announces 1-Month Ceasefire With Pakistani Taliban

Pakistan Announces 1-Month Ceasefire With Pakistani Taliban

By Munir Ahmed
Many Pakistanis are criticizing the government's decision to make peace with a group that has killed thousands of people.

Warring Sides: Is There an End to Violence in South Asia? 

Warring Sides: Is There an End to Violence in South Asia? 

By Niha Dagia and Niha Dagia
What does the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s reunification mean for Afghanistan and Pakistan?
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Reunifies with Uncertain Consequences

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Reunifies with Uncertain Consequences

By Umair Jamal
Two major splinter groups recently reunited with Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan. What that means for regional security remains unclear.

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