Donald Trump Damaging Global War on Terror

The Global War on Terror continues to financially bleed Pakistan as the country had to spend $123.13 billion, equivalent to Rs.10.373 trillion, in direct and indirect cost due to incidents … Read More

Pakistan Has Done More Than Its Share To Fight Against Terrorism Now The World Needs To Do More

By Rayyan Baig Afghanistan after Cold War Pakistan a land of peace and tranquility, welcomed anyone who came over to it in distress for help. It accommodated and shared everything … Read More

FATA Still Remains Security Risk

By Tariq Rizwan Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) region is a narrow strip comprising the seven Agencies; Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, Orakzai, Kurram, North Waziristan and South Waziristan, besides the … Read More

Pakistani doctor who led CIA to bin Laden stuck in prison

By Ishtiaq Ahmed More than four years after a Navy SEALs Team Six killed Osama bin Laden during an early morning raid on his Abbottabad compound, a doctor accused of … Read More

Is Israel Behind Paris Attacks?

By Sajjad Shaukat Much has been written and said by writers and analysts of print and electronic media about the coordinated terror attacks in a stadium, a hall, restaurants and … Read More

Paris Tragedy: Anti-Muslim Chauvinism in France

By Sajjad Shaukat Just after the simultaneous terror attacks in Paris which killed more than 130 persons, on November 13, the people of France, the government and the media became … Read More

Sponsoring Sufism And Its Problems as a Counterterrorism Strategy

By Fait Muedini With the Syrian civil war in its fourth year—and now with Russia’s direct intervention on behalf of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad—Washington is more keen than ever to … Read More

Al-Qaeda vs Daish: A Deadly Propaganda War

By Iftikhar Hussain Jazib Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi and Daish have emerged from Al-Qaeda’s branch in Iraq but the violence and terror unleashed by them have even belittled Al-Qaeda and its … Read More

World War III On The Horizon?

By Sourav Banerjee Since the Russian President Vladimir Putin on September 30th began airstrikes against ISIS and its affiliates in Syria at the request of the Syrian government, the world … Read More