India and Pakistan in War Peace

By Ahmad Khan
The complexities of South Asia’s political and geostrategic environment drives scholars, experts and practitioners from within subcontinent and […]

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Afghanistan: Where’s the exit strategy?

Pakistan will be even more volatile despite the pullout due to Al Qaeda’s penetration in Pakistani society and the splintering and multiplication of militant groups including the Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan. India is not likely to look beyond its short-termist, grandiose claims of influence; and the Iran-US relations are not likely to improve. Literal and metaphorical landmines infest the region

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Pakistan's disaster could lead to a systemic collapse

The colossal humanitarian tragedy and the imminent economic meltdown, will now shape a new Pakistan or rather, exacerbate its predicament in the months and years to come. Pakistan’s chronic political instability, structural economic constraints and a warped national security policy are all going to be affected by the unfolding drama of the national disaster, perhaps the severest, in the country’s history

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Our Internal Demons

By Adnan Syed
It has been 30 years since Pakistan took the fateful steps of sponsoring the Jihad on a state […]

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Army Chief Driving Pakistan’s Agenda for Talks

Pakistan military is at it again. The news that Army Chief is driving Pakistani policy agenda in Washington is another […]

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