Pakistan needs at least a minimum level of inclusivity that can keep alive democratic values.
Pakistan’s religious landscape is fertile for radical ideologies.
A lobby in the US favours a plan for proxy warfare so that America can sustain its global influence.
The potential threat posed by IS-K must be assessed objectively and scientifically.
Now as the Taliban control Kabul, they will have to accommodate other stakeholders.
The situation in Afghanistan is changing the character of terrorist groups sheltering there.
The state has not paid any attention to increasing resources and planning their fair distribution...
The grievances of Baloch citizens are economic and political, and they are as old as Pakistan itself.
Who could be more concerned about instability in Afghanistan than its neighbours Pakistan and China?
Pakistan has made serious efforts to address the deficiencies in its CFT/AML regime because of FATF pressure.
Pakistan’s influence over the Afghan Taliban may not be as comprehensive as many believe it to be.
All indications are that transnational terrorist groups are gearing up to increase their operations in the region.
The CII and NMC have denounced Dr Suddle’s recommendations on educational content.
State institutions pick and choose religious groups when needed for their political purposes.
A shift in our security approach needs open discussion on public forums, media, and in parliament.
The state desires to control the thoughts of its citizens.
The term ‘terrorism’ is still defined in a vague and contradictory manner.
The trolls are spewing what they have absorbed over the years.
So far, CPEC has failed to create any kind of sociocultural fusion in society.
Tackling religious extremism will remain a low priority for the state.