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The Evolving Jihad in South Asia
April 07, 2015
The Evolving Jihad in South Asia
Jihadists in the region are adapting to a changing landscape.
The Evolving Jihad in South Asia
Fixing America’s Aid to Afghanistan and Pakistan
December 23, 2014
Fixing America’s Aid to Afghanistan and Pakistan
The US needs a more strategic approach in providing assistance to the two troubled countries.
Fixing America’s Aid to Afghanistan and Pakistan
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
The State of Terrorism in Pakistan
September 08, 2014
The State of Terrorism in Pakistan
Operation Zarb-e-Azb accelerated TTP fracturing, but must face radicalization from forces like the Islamic State.
The State of Terrorism in Pakistan
Russia’s Strategic Pakistan Play
July 31, 2014
Russia’s Strategic Pakistan Play
It decision to end its embargo on weapons sales to Pakistan could have multiple benefits for Moscow.
Russia’s Strategic Pakistan Play
Will the Islamic State Spread Its Tentacles to Pakistan?
July 28, 2014
Will the Islamic State Spread Its Tentacles to Pakistan?
Despite talk of Pakistan militants swearing allegiance, so far at least the threat seems overstated.
Will the Islamic State Spread Its Tentacles to Pakistan?
Pakistan Launches Decisive Battle Against Terrorism
July 04, 2014
Pakistan Launches Decisive Battle Against Terrorism
The government and the military must institute a comprehensive policy to eliminate terrorism root and branch.
Pakistan Launches Decisive Battle Against Terrorism
The Karachi Attacks and Pakistan’s Uncertain Future
June 11, 2014
The Karachi Attacks and Pakistan’s Uncertain Future
The government is unprepared to comprehensively deal with even a fractured TTP in the short-term.
The Karachi Attacks and Pakistan’s Uncertain Future
The Killing of Pakistan’s Journalists
June 07, 2014
The Killing of Pakistan’s Journalists
The impunity with which journalists are attacked is having a devastating effect on Pakistani democracy.
The Killing of Pakistan’s Journalists
The Growing Media Presence of Pakistan’s Militants
April 11, 2014
The Growing Media Presence of Pakistan’s Militants
Through media intimidation and neglect, militants are gaining access to an increasingly large audience in Pakistan.
The Growing Media Presence of Pakistan’s Militants
Afghanistan Elections and the Taliban Threat
April 05, 2014
Afghanistan Elections and the Taliban Threat
In the election run-up, the Taliban has increasingly set the agenda in the region with a spate of high-profile attacks.
Afghanistan Elections and the Taliban Threat
The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
March 27, 2014
The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
Pakistan refuses to acknowledge a growing crisis emerging from its tribal belt.
The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
Pakistan-U.S. Dialogue Welcomed Ahead of 2014 Drawdown
February 13, 2014
Pakistan-U.S. Dialogue Welcomed Ahead of 2014 Drawdown
A recent Pakistani delegation to Washington continues a thaw in relations.
Pakistan-U.S. Dialogue Welcomed Ahead of 2014 Drawdown
The Plight of Pakistan’s Christian Minority
October 12, 2013
The Plight of Pakistan’s Christian Minority
The attacks in Peshawar were a brutal turning point for the nation’s Christians. Could they change minority rights?
The Plight of Pakistan’s Christian Minority
The Karachi Crackdown
September 27, 2013
The Karachi Crackdown
Nawaz Sharif tries to stem growing violence in Pakistan’s largest city, but a broader effort will be needed.
The Karachi Crackdown
Pakistan Jailbreaks: Peshawar Next?
August 08, 2013
Pakistan Jailbreaks: Peshawar Next?
The recent jailbreak in Dera Islamil Khan was remarkably successful. More could follow.
Pakistan Jailbreaks: Peshawar Next?
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