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

Indonesia Terror – Fangs of Terrorism griped the largest populated Muslim country

By Doug Tsuruoka Global insights firm IHS says that Thursday’s deadly Jakarta attacks demonstrate that Islamic militants are honing their organizational edge and are demonstrating their ability to strike at … Read More

Why Saudi Arabia’s anti-terror coalition won’t work

By Salman Rafi      The formation of the Saudi Arabia-led “anti-terror” ‘Muslim’ coalition last week has come as a surprise. But its underlying logic is hardly surprising. Far from … Read More

United Nations set to adopt resolution to disrupt Islamic State funds

Finance ministers from the 15 nations on the U.N. Security Council will meet Thursday to adopt a resolution aimed at disrupting the outside revenue that the Islamic State extremist group … Read More

Russian airstrikes restore Syrian military balance of power

Airstrikes keep Assad afloat, help push diplomacy. Weeks of Russian airstrikes in Syria appear to have restored enough momentum to the government side to convince President Bashar Assad’s foes and … Read More