Pakistan and the NSG

By Muhammad Umer In an effort to promote nuclear technology for peaceful purposes during the 1950s, Canada in partnership with the US supplied India with a commercial nuclear reactor to … Read More

Tehreek-e-Taleban Pakistan (TTP) releases review report of attacks in 2015

The Pakistani Taleban has released its first annual report, claiming it killed hundreds of people in 2015, with analysts suggesting its “inflated” figures illustrate the jihadists’ struggle to demonstrate their … Read More

Quaid-e-Azam Day – Soft Image of Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat Besides Christmas, every year, on December 25, Pakistanis celebrate Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jipannah’s birth anniversary with every possible way of showing reverence to their country’s founder. It … Read More

Student’s Mobilization and Revision of Educational Curriculum Against Extremism at National Level

By Faiza Khan Vision of our Quaid “Youth as nation builders” faded once again on 13 May 2015, when three young students of a renowned university have been arrested for … Read More

Islamic State is having a hard time taking root in Pakistan

By Tim Craig The revelation that the Pakistani woman involved in the San Bernardino massacre was an Islamic State supporter has put a spotlight on the radical group’s reach into … Read More