Tag Archives | Pakistan

Mark Garten

Kashmir Will Never Be Settled

  • Asian Development Bank

    India-Pakistan: A Step ahead?

  • via Facebook

    Implications of 4 Million Orphans in Pakistan

  • Barry Loo/U.S. Air Force

    Pakistan: Civil Conflict, Natural Disaster, and Partisan Welfare

  • Reuters

    Pakistan’s ‘Ambivalence’ in Yemen

  • Getty Images

    A Nuclear Iran will not Lead to an Arms Race

  • New York Times

    Lies, Lies, and The Death of Bin Laden

  • Map

    Spending on Nukes Up

  • Antônio Milena

    India v. China: It’s a Mexican Standoff

  • Nuclear silo

    Pakistan is Learning the Wrong Lesson: Tactical Nuclear Weapons in South Asia

  • Reuters

    Is the Peshawar Attack a “Game Changer”?

  • Zohra Bensemra/Reuters

    Maulana Abdul Aziz on the Defensive…For Now

  • Submarine

    Assessing India’s Nuclear Capabilities

  • Zohra Bensemra/Reuters

    Europe’s Demand that Pakistan Condemn Russia is a Recipe for Disaster

  • Drone

    Malala and Nabeela, Two Worlds Apart

  • Drone

    Drone Mania in U.S. Skies: Regulating the Future

  • KCNA

    Is the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Irrelevant?

  • Pakistan

    The Wagah Bombing and the Sorcerer’s Apprentice in Pakistan

  • Ashraf Ghani

    Is China Afghanistan’s New Best Friend?

  • via Youtube

    ISIS: Nation, Terrorists or a Strategy?

  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    A Decade of Rhetoric: Debate on Kashmir and Terrorism at the United Nations

  • Lost Toronto

    Technocrats: Pakistan’s Last Hope

  • Afghanistan

    Rebuilding Afghanistan: The Role of its Neighbors

  • Mary Ellen O'Connell

    Legality of Obama’s Drone Policy: A Conversation with Prof. Mary Ellen O’Connell

  • Pete Souza

    How does Modi Intend to Secure India?

  • Google

    False Solutions: the Islamic State, the Kurds and Generational War

  • Jonathan Pedneault

    International Law is Inadequate when it comes to Protecting Journalists from Savagery

  • RIA Novosti

    Sanctions & the Dollar: A Fall From Grace?

  • Sajjad Ali Qureshi

    The U.S. could have Captured bin Laden Earlier

  • Book

    Review of Carlotta Gall’s ‘The Wrong Enemy’

  • Official Website

    The Pakistan ‘Problem’ in a Larger South Asian Context

  • Broad Arrow

    Saudi Arabia’s Sectarian Challenge

  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    Afghanistan, a theatre of Violent Conflict between Pakistan and India

  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    Modi Unlikely to Forgive the U.S.

  • Jonathan Rashad

    The Rise and Fall of Political Islam in Egypt

  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    Will Modi’s Election Destabilize Asia?

  • Norbert Schiller

    Now that he’s Won, What are Narendra Modi’s Priorities?

  • Don Pollard

    Narendra Modi’s Challenge

  • via Youtube

    Calls for the Release of Zahid Baloch

  • via Wikimedia

    Plausible Alternative Explanations for the Disappearance of MH370