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

Impact of CPEC’s in Restoring Relative Peace in Balochistan

By Faiza Khan Balochistan, the largest province of Pakistan by land is always in the news about terrorism and killings of innocent civilians/armed personnel. There are so many speculations about … Read More

A good and effective law to fight terrorism

By Hu Aimin China is a victim of terrorism, and to fight the menace and better protect its national interests, it has been strengthening its security measures. And with security … 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

Third Time’s a Charm; Will Saudi’s Newest Coalition Work?

Thirty-four states join Sunni anti-ISIS alliance The Islamic State has criticized a formation of 34 Sunni Muslim nations as “morons and fools” after Saudi Arabia announced it would form a … 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