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What Does the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement Want?
April 27, 2018

What Does the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement Want?

By Ali Wazir
A leader of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement tells his story and explains why Pashtuns must prevail with peaceful protest.

 ‘Collective Punishment’ in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas
December 13, 2016

 ‘Collective Punishment’ in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas

By Farooq Yousaf
Entire villages must pay the cost for insurgent activities in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
Pakistan’s Conflict Zone Migrants
December 22, 2015

Pakistan’s Conflict Zone Migrants

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan's reputation as a source of illegal economic migrants demands government scrutiny.

Pakistan Announces That It Has Defeated ETIM. So What?
October 22, 2015

Pakistan Announces That It Has Defeated ETIM. So What?

By Benjamin David Baker
In a bid to please China, Pakistan says it has defeated a major Uyghur militant group within its borders.

Afghan Forces Capture Haqqani Leaders
October 17, 2014

Afghan Forces Capture Haqqani Leaders

By Ankit Panda
Afghan forces captured the effective second-in-command and a key tactician of the Haqqani network.

Pakistan’s Militancy Response: Too Little, Too Late
February 03, 2014

Pakistan’s Militancy Response: Too Little, Too Late

By Michael Kugelman
Pakistan may finally be getting more serious about tackling its militancy problem. But don’t get your hopes up.

How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
May 22, 2013

How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations

A recent video apparently shows a Chinese rebel training camp in Pakistan. That could complicate ties.

January 15, 2010

The Battle for Waziristan

Pakistan’s military claims it is in control as it battles militants in South Waziristan. But a media blackout and a string of suicide bombings has raised questions about how decisive the offensive has really been, Ghulam Ghaus reports.

October 23, 2009

From our Correspondent

October 19, 2009

An al-Qaeda-Taliban merger?

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