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Pakistan’s Military Says March Suicide Attack That Killed 5 Chinese Was Planned in Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Military Says March Suicide Attack That Killed 5 Chinese Was Planned in Afghanistan

By Munir Ahmed
An army spokesperson said the attack, which killed Chinese engineers working on Pakistan’s Dasu Dam, was carried out by an Afghan national.

The China-­Pakistan-­Afghanistan Triangle

The China-­Pakistan-­Afghanistan Triangle

By Claudia Chia
The dynamics of this trilateral relationship will shape the future trajectory of Afghanistan and its broader implications for regional stability and prosperity.
Taliban’s Outreach to Iran Worsens Pakistan’s Afghanistan Dilemma 

Taliban’s Outreach to Iran Worsens Pakistan’s Afghanistan Dilemma 

By Muhammad Shoaib
The Taliban government is trying to anticipate Pakistan’s potential moves and limit whatever leverage Islamabad holds over Afghanistan.

Pakistan’s TTP Challenge and Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations 

Pakistan’s TTP Challenge and Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations 

By Nazir Ahmad Mir
The Taliban have proved unresponsive to Pakistan's security concerns, resulting in mounting tensions between the two.

Can Pakistan’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman Mend Ties With the Taliban?

Can Pakistan’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman Mend Ties With the Taliban?

By Freshta Jalalzai
The famously pro-Taliban politician is making a visit to Kabul at a tense time in Afghanistan-Pakistan relations.

Did Pakistan Really Benefit From the Taliban Takeover in Afghanistan?

Did Pakistan Really Benefit From the Taliban Takeover in Afghanistan?

By Mohammad Shoaib Haidary and Amir Husein Haidary
The country celebrated the Taliban’s return to power on August 15, 2021. Two years later, has it seen any benefits?

TTP Unfazed by Pakistan’s New Multidimensional Counterterrorism Strategy 

TTP Unfazed by Pakistan’s New Multidimensional Counterterrorism Strategy 

By Harsh Behere
Despite a new counterterrorism push announced in April, the Pakistani Taliban continue to extend their reach. 
A Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?

A Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?

By Ureeda Khan
A new joint committee on border movement aims to address the problem of cross-border attacks.

Pakistan’s Alarming Rise in Terrorism Is Fueled by Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Alarming Rise in Terrorism Is Fueled by Afghanistan

By Muhammad Nawaz Khan
Data on the number and location of terrorist attacks in Pakistan show a concentration near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

Terrorists in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan

Terrorists in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan

By Jonathan Schroden
Afghanistan remains a simmering cauldron of jihadist terrorist groups, various actors seeking to counter them, and conflict and cooperation among the groups themselves.

Pakistan’s Scramble for a Peaceful and Stable Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Scramble for a Peaceful and Stable Afghanistan

By Mohammad Ali Zafar
The country's initial euphoria at the Taliban victory has given way to concern as several troubling developments threaten its regional interests.
Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan

Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan

By Shahid Afzal Khan
A recent spate of attacks is adding weight to fears that the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan poses a security nightmare for Pakistan.

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