Tag: anti-terrorism

Vietnam and Afghanistan Wars: Does History Repeat itself or Rhyme?

Jamal Hussain | History repeats itself,” the original adage was reportedly modified by Mark Twain to read “History doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes.”  A...

Cabinet approves measures to block terror financing

News Analysis | On 13 February, 2018, Federal Cabinet approved “Anti-Terrorism (Freezing and Seizure) Rules 2018” to block funding of terrorists, freeze their accounts and...

Anti-Terrorism Court records testimonies in online blasphemy case

News Analysis | The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) on Tuesday recorded the testimony of three witnesses pertaining to an online blasphemy case. The witnesses testified before...

Why is Pakistan reconsidering its role in the Islamic Military Alliance

Saad Yousaf | Reports are coming in that Pakistan is drawing red lines for its participation in Saudi-led IMAFT alliance after the US-Islamic summit. The...

Implications of US cold shouldering Pakistan by reducing military aid

News Analysis | The Trump administration has proposed giving Pakistan US $800 million as reimbursement for its military and logistical support in counter-terrorism operations in...

Focusing on ISIS: Are we losing sight of a bigger enemy...

Michael Kugelman | On April 13, the U.S. military dropped a huge bomb on caves and tunnels used by Islamic State fighters in eastern Afghanistan....

Terrorism, conflicts, and humiliation: What else will “Trump’s world” offer?

Stephen J. Adler, Jeff Mason, and Steve Holland | Washington - President Donald Trump complained on Thursday that U.S. ally Saudi Arabia was not treating...

Why Do Humans Dying in Pakistan Matter Less than when Dying...

Muhammad Feyyaz | The London attack on March 22, 2017, has generated intense international condemnation alongside the pouring in of solidarity assurances from global leaders...

Alleged mastermind behind Samjhota Express killings acquitted on Ajmer Bombing case

Pakistan foreign office spokesperson, Nafees Zakaria, said it was ‘regrettable’ that the mastermind of the deadly 2007 Samjhota Express bombing, had been acquitted yesterday...

PSL in Lahore: bold and positive step

Abdul Rahim| Keeping the PSL in Lahore, Pakistan, fits in with the need for soft power that Pakistan needs to survive as a nation. In...

Pakistanis must learn the limits of military led counter-terrorism

Muhammad Feyyaz| Back to square one: terrorism has ‘reared again.’ There is a general unease about inaction by the army in the general populace and...

UAE Crown Prince arrives in New Dehli

Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE crown prince, arrived on Tuesday in Indian capital New Dehli as a chief guest to attend India’s...

Is NAP a challenge or an opportunity?

Mohammad Ali Babakhel | Nov 02, 2016 Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long,you miss them.” — William Arthur Ward After 22 months of the...

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