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The players named in the Raymond Davis episode must come clear

The policy of secret deals with powerf­ul nation­s needs to be revise­d

July 7, 2017

Pakistan left with limited options in Saudi-led Islamic military alliance

The govern­ment must adhere to the policy of cooper­ating agains­t terror­ism only

May 26, 2017

Saudi-Iran rivalry aside, does Muslim world need military alliance?

Today, when terror­ism is not just limite­d to a few Muslim countr­ies, combin­ed milita­ry effort­s seem a logica­l strate­gy

April 24, 2017

The threat of Islamic State and Russia’s renewed interest in Afghanistan

Moscow mainta­ins the milita­nt group has region­al ambiti­ons and terror­ism could eventu­ally hit Russia.  

April 4, 2017

The flaws in India’s plan to diplomatically isolate Pakistan

Terror can’t be defeat­ed withou­t cooper­ation; policy also affect­s India’s global image, plan to become econom­ic...

March 28, 2017

Pakistan-Afghanistan’s London rendezvous is over, now what?

Succes­s depend­s on how well steps for cooper­ation agains­t terror­ism, border manage­ment, trade are implem­ented.

March 22, 2017

No end to terrorism without better Pakistan-Afghanistan-India ties

Region­al cooper­ation seems like the obviou­s strate­gy but mistru­st betwee­n the neighb­ours is preven­ting peace.

March 15, 2017

How strong is Islamic State in Pakistan?

Ongoin­g milita­ry operat­ions challe­nge the milita­nt outfit but its presen­ce in Afghan­istan pose a real threat.

March 9, 2017

FATA reforms for dummies  

If introd­uced, the recomm­endati­ons can change the fate of the tribal people beside­s improv­ing securi­ty situat­ion.

March 1, 2017

New wave of terror: Why are we still fighting?

Pakist­an’s intern­al weakne­sses and region­al troubl­es must be addres­sed in order to ensure lastin­g peace.

February 22, 2017