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Renewed Af-Pak Tensions
Malik Siraj Akbar
Tensions between the Pakistani and the Afghan governments are gradually coming out in public following the terrorist attack on the Bacha Khan University by the Taliban on January 20th.
Why the US-Pakistan Supply Deal Won't Close Terrorist Safe Havens
Ehsan Azari Stanizai
Adjunct Fellow, Writing and Society Research Group at Universi...
Pakistan's use of religious extremism as a policy tool is the Gordian knot that the West needs to cut if it really wants to succeed in Afghanistan before it is too late.
Taking Uncle Sam for a Ride
Author, 'Apocalyptic Realm: Jihadists in South Asia'
There is, in fact, nothing new in the way Islamabad has been squeezing Washington lately. It has a long record of getting the better of U.S. officials by identifying areas of American weakness and exploiting them successfully to further its agenda.
The Voices of Afghan Street Children
Author & Director of Strategic Research at ConsenSys
British journalist Andrea Busfield lived for several years in Afghanistan, an experience that helped her write the novel
Born Under A Million Shadows
. The novel tells the story of modern life in Afghanistan, through the eyes of a young boy named Fawad.
Wajid Ali Syed
Journalist and documentary producer
Referring to "Islamabad, Afghanistan" is more than an error. Considering the geopolitical realities and complexities of the frontier, it is a symbol of the objections to the connotations of the term "AfPak."
A Paradigm Shift on the Chessboard of the Afghan "Great Game"
Co-founder of New World Strategies Coalition, Inc.
This Pakistani rush to stack the deck in their favor in Afghanistan will fail. There can only be one legitimate way to obtain stability in Afghanistan; an all Afghan national ratification of a reconciliation process.
WATCH: GOP Lawmaker Says Repealing DADT This Year Would Be An 'Affront To The Military'
Taliban Widen Afghan Attacks From Base In Pakistan
Holbrooke Draws Comparisons To Rwanda In Advocating Obama's AfPak Policy
Blaming Pakistan's Spies For A War Gone Wrong
Veteran Journalist, Author
As resistance to the occupation of Afghanistan intensifies, the Bush administration is venting its anger against Pakistan and its military intelligence agency, the Inter-Service Intelligence.
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