• 22 May, 2024
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J&K Battle Of Narratives

On 6th May 23 Pakistan FM on G20 event in Srinagar said “We will respond to this in time, and they will remember it”[i]. On same day LeT/PAFF released a…

By Maj Gen Roopesh Mehta, SM,VSM

Afghanistan’s Throes Of Instability And Conflict

Introduction Afghanistan, the 'graveyard of empires,' has experienced continuous conflicts and instability within its borders and with Pakistan and Iran. The Taliban has enforced strict rules on ordinary Afghans, leaving…

By Saman Ayesha Kidwai

Terrorism in Africa: A Threat to World Peace and Security

Terrorism is the biggest threat to world peace and security, and Africa is now facing this threat. Africa has been tormented by terrorism, with various terrorist organisations accomplishing their terror…

Pakistan Under Unending Strain : Part II

 ‘If  the economic situation does not lead to its collapse, its militant groups will ensure prevention of its survival’ Part I of this essay emphasized on getting the background right,…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Five with links with jehadi group affiliated to Al Qaeda arrested in Assam

Guwahati, Mar 5 (PTI): Five persons have been arrested, including a Bangladeshi national, for alleged links with a jihadi group based in the neighbouring country which is believed affiliated to…

‘Ashamed’: Pakistan grapples with fallout from mob killing

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A shocking and deadly mob attack on a Sri Lankan factory manager accused of blasphemy in eastern Pakistan last week prompted days of soul searching as the…

Ivory Coast says it will invest in north to counter jihadism

By Ange Aboa ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Ivory Coast is accelerating investment in schools, hospitals, and jobs in its northern region to provide alternatives to violent extremism, the prime minister said…

Why Pakistan’s Kashmir Obsession is Good for India

To use a business term to describe a national security priority is never a good idea. You can be seen as unfeeling and cold. But unfeeling and cold is what…

Pakistan will pay ‘very heavy price’ if it continues to support Taliban: Afghanistan Vice President Saleh

Kabul (Afghanistan) June 29 (ANI) Afghanistan's First Vice president Amurullah Saleh has warned Pakistan that if it continues to provide support to Taliban then it has to pay a "very…

TLP – The New Face of Militancy in Pakistan

TLP - The New Face of Militancy in Pakistan Pakistan, as a nation-state, in the first two decades of the twenty-first century, remained predominantly engaged in efforts to correct its…

India-Pak ceasefire: Questions emerge over how long can Islamabad maintain peace

After India and Pakistan agreed to a ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) from February 25, questions have emerged on how long can Islamabad can hold on to its…

Kashmir Fashion Shows vs Jihad

Kashmir Fashion Shows vs Jihad Kashmiris continue to push Kashmir into abyss of backwardness, conservatism, radicalism, intolerance and orthodoxy, which is further sinking Kashmir's Muslim society into a dark well…