Afghanistan: Kunduz Madressah Bombing and Foreign Fatwa

By Shirin Gul The bombing of Madressah in Kunduz, Afghanistan, has shocked everyone, Afghanistan Air Force’s blunder has once again proved that Afghan government neither has good understanding of dynamic … Read More

Indian Terrorism and Propaganda against Pakistan and Threats to Regional Peace

Portraying Pakistan as an epicenter of terrorism through false-flag operations like 2016 Pathankot and 2008 Mumbai attacks, India continuously propagating that it is always becoming a victim of Pakistan’s sponsored … Read More

Troubled Afghanistan And Pakistan’s Role For Peace And Reconciliation

By Iftikhar Hussain Jazib President Ashraf Ghani’s December 2015 Pakistan visit and joint inauguration of Heart of Asia Conference with Pakistani Prime Minister came as a breakthrough for a fresh … Read More

Embracing the Enemies We Know in Afghanistan

Despite mutual distrust, Washington must include both the Taliban and the Haqqani Network in negotiations to achieve peace in Afghanistan. By Fahd Humayun Last November, the Pentagon announced that the … Read More

Afghan, Pakistan leaders maintain unyielding positions at summit

By Asad Hashim Leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan held firm to positions on their troubled ties at a conference on Afghanistan’s future on Wednesday that risked being overshadowed by a … Read More

Afghan officials: New Taliban leader may have been shot in Pakistan

By Sayed Salahuddin The new leader of Afghanistan’s Taliban insurgency may have been badly wounded or killed during a dispute with a rival, complicating efforts to revive stalled peace talks … Read More