ISIS members arrested in Pakistan Sialkot region

By Farhan Bokhari  and Victor Mallet Pakistan has arrested eight alleged members of Isis near Sialkot in Punjab province, in the latest move by a south Asian government to counter … Read More

Annual Forecast 2016

Annual Forecast 2016 With old geopolitical realities resurfacing across Eurasia and commodity prices stuck in a slump, 2016 is shaping up to be an unsettling year for much of the … Read More

Western troops can’t stop ISIS. And Saudi Arabia’s won’t stop ISIS

By  Shikha Dalmia Some problems don’t get solved because those who have the will don’t have the way — and those who have the way don’t have the will. Defeating … 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

Interview with Afghan President Ghani: ‘I Have To Hold Our Country Together’

Interview Conducted by Susanne Koelbl in Kabul, Afghanistan Afghan President Ashraf Ghani stands in front of the Presidential Palace in Kabul: “If al-Qaida was version 2.0 of terror, then the … Read More

U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan Warns American Nationals of ‘Imminent’ Kabul Attack

By Jack Moore The U.S. has received reports of an “imminent attack” in Kabul in the next two days and warned American nationals to exercise “extreme caution,” the U.S. embassy … Read More

Is Israel Behind Paris Attacks?

By Sajjad Shaukat Much has been written and said by writers and analysts of print and electronic media about the coordinated terror attacks in a stadium, a hall, restaurants and … Read More

Paris Tragedy: Anti-Muslim Chauvinism in France

By Sajjad Shaukat Just after the simultaneous terror attacks in Paris which killed more than 130 persons, on November 13, the people of France, the government and the media became … Read More