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US-assisted Taliban surge bad for India

The most significant development that India can ill afford to ignore is that the US no longer regards the Mullah Omar-led Afghan Taliban as an Al-Qaeda affiliate. It also does not see the Taliban as a terrorist group A recent report issued by the ... New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago

ISIS vs. the Taliban: The Battle for Hearts and Minds

The letter sounds like run-of-the-mill trash talk—until you consider who allegedly wrote it: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the most notorious jihadi alive. This past summer, shortly after declaring himself caliph of the self-styled Islamic State ...
 Vocativ3 weeks ago

Taliban splinter group releases photos of suicide bomber who attacked Pakistani border crossing

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a newly formed Pakistani jihadist group, released photographs of the suicide bomber who attacked the Wagah border crossing to India on Nov. 2. Ihsanullah Ihsan, the spokesman for Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, sent three photographs of ...
 The Long War Journal2 weeks ago

Pakistan's Afghan policy: arsonist or fireman?

Former US Ambassador Peter Tomsen was almost prophetic when he warned in his 2011 book The Wars of Afghanistan, If Pakistan hews to its fireman and arsonist policy in Afghanistan, the Obama administration will likely make little progress in ...
 Daily Times1 week ago

Violence and chaos unlimited

A recent report issued by the Pentagon has, for the first time, alluded to sanctuaries in Pakistan for harbouring terrorists on its borders with both Afghanistan and India. Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee in September 2011, the ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Is President's Visit of Pakistan Different?

President Ashraf Ghani is on his first important visit of Pakistan. He reached there on Friday where he was received by Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz. Before leaving Kabul, ...
 Daily Outlook1 week ago
Carnegie Endowment

Securing Kabul

The Carnegie Middle East Center is a recognized source of informed policy research and analysis on the challenges of political and socioeconomic development, peace, and security in the Middle East and North Africa. Carnegie Europe aims to foster ...
 Carnegie Endowment2 weeks ago

Balochistan: Murders Most Foul

Balochistan gushes blood and there seems no imminent desire by Pakistani civilian or military leaders to stem that bleeding. In yet another round of brutality, eight dirt-poor people from the beleaguered Shia Hazara community of Quetta were singled ...
 Pakistan Link2 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Can Pakistan Reset Its Relations With Afghanistan? Analysis

By IPCS By D Suba Chandran The recent International Crisis Group (ICG) report on the Af-Pak region, following its excellent reports on the same subject, addresses a crucial question: Can Pakistan's relations with Afghanistan be reset? ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago

Afghanistan - Another forgotten war and regional implications

There is a new dispensation in position in Kabul. Hamid Karzai has stepped down, Ashraf Ghani is the president of Afghanistan and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah is the country's CEO. This was an arrangement worked out with considerable assistance and ...
 Sify1 month ago
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