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Suicide Attack in Pakistan Kills 5 Chinese Nationals and Their Local Driver

Suicide Attack in Pakistan Kills 5 Chinese Nationals and Their Local Driver

By Riaz Khan
The victims were construction workers and engineers working at the Dasu Dam, Pakistan’s largest hydropower project.

Is Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Merging Into al-Qaida?

Is Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Merging Into al-Qaida?

By Abdul Basit
Why would the TTP, which was rejuvenated by the Taliban victory in Afghanistan, subsume itself into a group that is ideologically and operationally weaker?
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.

Frankenstein’s Monster: The Growing TTP Threat in Pakistan

Frankenstein’s Monster: The Growing TTP Threat in Pakistan

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
The latest wave of terrorism in Pakistan represents decades of policy choices coming home to roost.

Pakistan Scrambles for New Approach Against TTP After Peshawar Attack

Pakistan Scrambles for New Approach Against TTP After Peshawar Attack

By Umair Jamal
Islamabad will need to focus on the TTP and the terrorism problem rather than be diverted by provincial elections at this point.

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The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Is Back. Washington Should Take Note.

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Is Back. Washington Should Take Note.

By Harris Samad
The circumstances are dangerously ripe for a destabilizing element to shift the strategic balance in South Asia, with global consequences. 

Afghanistan, Pakistan Argue Over Cross-border Terrorism Accusations

Afghanistan, Pakistan Argue Over Cross-border Terrorism Accusations

By Catherine Putz
The TTP has called for attacks on Pakistani leaders while the Taliban in Kabul push back against Pakistani accusations of Afghanistan harboring terrorists. 
Pakistani Taliban Overpower Guards, Seize Police Center

Pakistani Taliban Overpower Guards, Seize Police Center

By Riaz Khan and Munir Ahmed
In addition to taking around ten policemen hostage, the militants have snatched weapons and taken control of the facility in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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.

Afghan Taliban Turn Blind Eye to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan

Afghan Taliban Turn Blind Eye to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan

By Kathy Gannon
The Afghan Taliban have shown no signs of expelling TTP leaders or preventing them from carrying out attacks in Pakistan, even as Pakistan pushes a reluctant world to engage with Afghanistan's new rulers.

Pakistan’s Shameful Glee at the Taliban’s Rise

Pakistan’s Shameful Glee at the Taliban’s Rise

By Mohsin Dawar
An elected representative of North Waziristan urges the Pakistani government to confront the reality of what the Taliban’s rise to power in Afghanistan will mean for Pakistan. 
The TTP Has Redefined Its Goals: Should Pakistan Be Worried?

The TTP Has Redefined Its Goals: Should Pakistan Be Worried?

By Umair Jamal
In a recent interview, TTP chief Noor Wali Mehsud called for an independent state in Pakistan's tribal areas.

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