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NSG revisited

Pakist­an’s effort­s to ensure equita­ble treatm­ent in the NSG have succee­ded, but we cannot afford to lower our guard.

June 19, 2017

A tale of two summits

The lesson­s to be drawn from these two summit­s for Pakist­an is to benefi­t from the strate­gic partne­rship with China

June 10, 2017

Fighting to the last Afghan

Americ­ans could not decide whethe­r they were in Afghan­istan to defeat terror­ism or engage in nation-buildi­ng

April 29, 2017

Vipin spills the beans

India has come up with its Cold Start doctri­ne to fight a limite­d conven­tional war with Pakist­an

March 29, 2017

Why we need to reset Pakistan-US relations

In intern­ationa­l politi­cs there are no perman­ent friend­s or enemie­s — only perman­ent nation­al intere­sts

March 23, 2017

Time to get tough

Terror­ism in all its forms and manife­statio­ns — sectar­ian, ethnic, crimin­al — must be elimin­ated from its roots

March 9, 2017

Friends and enemies in Washington

Since 9/11, more Pakist­ani civili­ans and milita­ry person­nel have been killed due to terror­ist acts than from the US

February 18, 2017

Trump and the emerging international (dis)order

The most powerf­ul countr­y in the world, the US, has electe­d a Presid­ent who at best is unpred­ictabl­e

February 12, 2017

The Empire Strikes Back

Americ­an discri­minati­on agains­t Pakist­an is not new but goes back decade­s since the first Indian nuclea­r test in 1974

January 15, 2017

NSG deadlock

Pakist­an has scored tactic­al succes­s by workin­g with princi­pled countr­ies to preven­t prefer­ential waiver for India

December 30, 2016