The United States must end its contradictory Pakistan policy

By Harris Samad “We can provide aid to help institutional building, so that a democracy can flourish,” US President George W. Bush told Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in 2006, while … Read More

Revolutionary Guard: Mullah Mansour Met with Iranian Officials 2 Months Before his Death

A website linked to the Revolutionary Guard has admitted that Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour had conducted negotiations during the two months of his stay in Iran despite the Iranian … 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

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

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

‘Voice of the Caliphate’ propaganda radio broadcasts in Khorasan province

By Thomas Joscelyn The Islamic State’s so-called “province” in the Khorasan (an area covering Afghanistan and Pakistan) has set up a radio station to broadcast anti-Taliban messages and other propaganda. … Read More

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani sets conditions for Taliban talks

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has expressed readiness to attend Pakistan-brokered talks with Taliban on the condition that the militant group give up terrorism. “It is obvious that there are groups … Read More