US drones strikes in Pakistan: Only 10 have been identified among many killed last year

Just 10 of the scores killed by US drones in Pakistan last year have so far been identified, according to data collected by the Bureau’s Naming the Dead project. The … 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

Russia-Turkey Tension: Syria Remains the Nuclear Flashpoint

By Sajjad Shaukat War-like situation has been created between Russia and Turkey after the latter shot down a Russian fighter jet, Su-24 combat aircraft, near the Syrian border on Tuesday. … Read More

Pakistan: Why A National Resolve To Maintain Full Spectrum Deterrence

By Maimuna Ashraf Since its inception, one after another, Pakistan’s nuclear program has been entangled in new proposals contrived by US. First it was ‘roll back’, then ‘revised highly enriched … Read More

Who Arranged Mumbai Attacks?

  By Sajjad Shaukat On November 26, 2008, several persons were killed in the simultaneous terror attacks in Mumbai. Without any investigation, Indian high officials and media had started blaming … Read More