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Indian Paramilitary soldiers killed in the Northeast

News Analysis | A homemade bomb exploded in India's remote Northeast, killing two paramilitary soldiers and wounding two civilians, police said. On Wednesday, rebels exploded...

Pakistan economy set to record fastest growth in 13 years

AFP | Pakistan's economy is set to record its fastest growth since 2005 during the current fiscal year, authorities said Thursday. But the projected 5.8 percent...

Will Pakistan overcome its demons to attract foreign investors

News Analysis | Over the last couple of years, Pakistan’s image has been developing as an investment hub, but the markets in 2017, experienced some...

Why back-channel diplomacy between Pakistan and India has no future

M K Bhadrakumar | Those who were close to late J. N. Dixit, one of India’s most distinguished diplomats, would know that he had a...

India’s ethno-terror proxies: From East Pakistan to CPEC

News Analysis | 16 December 2017 marks the 46th year since the fall of Dhaka to the Indian Army in the war of 1971. The...

Hard-realist Duterte vs. New People’s Army (NPA): The political discourse of...

Jumel G. Estrañero | Lo and behold, the long run running armed and threat group in the Philippines in the guise of the New People’s...

“Plight of Myanmars Rohingya’s: Destabilizing Muslim Governments?”

JAMES M. DORSEY | Calls for jihad in defense of the Muslim minority prompt fears of a second front against Islamic State-linked fighters in Southeast Asia,...

Exclusive Interview : Pakistan an integral part of the Afghan solution;...

The Trump administration is in its seventh month into power, and despite a small troop increase, has yet to announce a clear policy for...

“Sri Lanka’s struggle for peace and its lessons for Pakistan and...

Ex-President & Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa, will be in Islamabad, between June 20 and June 22. He will be accompanied by...

The Kurds Are Ethnically Cleansing Arabs From Raqqa, And The World...

Andrew Korybko | The global media -- to their credit – are focusing on the brutality of the US-backed Raqqa campaign, though they’re avoiding any serious...

Impact of Kargil Conflict 1999 on Pakistan’s Current Security Perspective

Zeeshan Shahid Khan | Background Taking the Indian Army totally by surprise, Pakistani troops crossed over the Line of Control (LOC) in Kashmir in early 1999...

Baluchistan’s Real Tragedy: Politics & Corruption continue to drive “Jobs &...

Ishaq Ali | Baluchistan always remains in the spotlight; from insurgency to sectarian killings and from mutilated dead bodies to stories of missing persons. One...

Pakistan compelled to strike in Afghanistan against ISIS?

Jan Achakzai "I direct and authorize my armed forces and law enforcement agencies to eliminate the enemy where ever they are with the full force...

SAARC’s failure: held hostage to whims of India?

South Asia remains one of the world’s poorest regions, with over 20% of the world’s population and 40% of the poverty-stricken.  Political strife, distrust...

PML-N’s obssesion with building white elephants to win elections

NEARLY 20 years after it opened, Pakistan’s first motorway still has a desolate feel. There is scant traffic along the 375 KM link between...

Saudis Bankroll Taliban, Even as King Officially Supports Afghan Government

KABUL, Afghanistan — Fifteen years, half a trillion dollars and 150,000 lives since going to war, the United States is trying to extricate itself...

Some reflections on Pakistan’s troubled Kashmir policy !

Moeed Pirzada | Some Reflections on Pakistan’s troubled Kashmir Policy – Success has many fathers and claimants but usually no one is prepared to own...

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