Samer Khurshid examines whether the rules based international order can clean up KASHMIR, by providing a glimpse into its troubled past, a possible means to resolve the longest crisis of the UN, and encouraging an end to the violence in Kashmir.
Samer Khurshid traces the Kashmir Conflict, explaining the issue via pictures.
On February 14th, a suicide bomber affiliated with the militant organization Jaish-e-Mohammed killed more than 40 Indian paramilitary personnel in the Pulwama district of Indian-administered Kashmir. Accusing Pakistan of facilitating the attack, India launched an airstrike on Tuesday, marking the first time that warplanes have crossed the de facto border between the two countries in Read More…
In the second part of this series Hinna Hatif examines the implications that led to the rise of Taliban in Kunduz city.
Evan Blackwell explores the risk of one of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons falling into the wrong hands.
Evan Blackwell considers the prospects for peace in Afghanistan.
Umaima Ghori examines women’s role in countering violent extremism in Pakistan. Will they continue to join the fight?
Hasan Siddiqui brings to light the brewing conflict between two militant groups in Afghanistan, the infamous Taliban and the ruthless ISIS
Are armed drones actually strategic in conflict? Our editors examine the pros and cons, and attempt to separate the moral argument from the strategic.
Evan Blackwell examines the underpinnings of China’s New Silk Road.