Pakistan-USA Relations: A Way Forward

By Syed M. Mehmood Hashim Since its independence in 1947, Pakistan has been aligned with the USA in pursuit of common objectives driven by principles of democracy. However, the history … Read More

Terrorism and Shift of Power in the Middle East

A Possible Future Emerging Scenario of Destroying Legitimacy for Muslim Statehood By Shaikh Muhammad Bilal After the end of the Second World War, USA and the USSR emerged as the … Read More

The Problem With Afghanistan’s Counterinsurgency

Kabul is using a centralized approach to fight a decentralized insurgency. By Metra Mehran and Abdul Waheed Ahmad The  Taliban have been seizing numerous districts throughout northern Afghanistan and even … Read More

US drones strikes in Pakistan: Only 10 have been identified among many killed last year

Just 10 of the scores killed by US drones in Pakistan last year have so far been identified, according to data collected by the Bureau’s Naming the Dead project. The … Read More

History behind present attacks in Sub Continent

Skirmishes on the Indian front Cunning jihadis act locally while thinking globally By Clifford D. May What do you make of this month’s attacks on Pathankot Air Force Station and … Read More