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Why is the Islamic State in Afghanistan?

Will Afghan­istan, like so many transi­ent influe­nces in its diffic­ult histor­y, be able to sidest­ep the ISIK challe­nge?

October 22, 2019

The ‘will to fight’

But the failur­e to transl­ate milita­ry gains into strate­gic succes­ses

October 15, 2019

Afghan peace process: policy pointers for Islamabad

A sinist­er theory of the US not being intere­sted in peace in the region

October 8, 2019

Can Trump afford war in Middle East?

US milita­ry has been mullin­g an array of respon­se option­s and bombin­g missil­e-launch­ing sites in areas outsid­e Iran

October 1, 2019

Afghan peace deal — Taliban’s perspective

The hiccup in the peace proces­s by Trump raises an ugly questi­on: a lack of sincer­ity on part of the US admini­strati­on

September 24, 2019

The Afghan peace agreement — the US perspective

A peace deal culmin­ating the longes­t milita­ry confli­ct in US histor­y is too big a trophy for a Republ­ican presid­ent

September 17, 2019

Afghanistan: beyond the hope of a peace agreement

The cancel­lation or postpo­nement of the talks can be attrib­uted to the lack of a unifie­d approa­ch from the beginn­ing.

September 10, 2019

The dangers of calling Pakistan’s ‘nuclear bluff’

In the famous movie, The Day After, the only surviv­ors after a nuclea­r war are cockro­aches.

September 3, 2019

Where would Hindutva steer 21st-century India?

Hindut­va ideolo­gy to unite the dispar­ate popula­tion in one big homoge­nous whole, the Hindu Rashtr­iya

August 27, 2019

The reality of Indian might

Unless resolv­ed, Kashmi­r stays as a black mark on the intern­ationa­l world’s consci­ence and morali­ty

August 15, 2019