Time has run out – we must decide: are we with the terrorists or against them?
Frosty CIA-ISI relations are unlikely to thaw anytime soon, especially after the unilateral raid on bin Laden’s hideout in Abbottabad and repeated US demands on Pakistan to crack down on the Haqqani Network in North Waziristan.
Zahid Hussain’s new book is a hair-raising account of the ground realities in the war against terror and a lucid examination of what the US and Pakistan fear.
Differences persist between Pakistan and the US as their strategies and goals in the troubled Af-Pak region remain divergent.
Journalist Christopher Hitchens has never been one to let good journalism come in the way of a great turn of phrase. His latest piece is no exception.
Journalist Imtiaz Gul’s book on extremism in FATA is a valuable account of how militants took over the tribal areas and are threatening Pakistan.
Will widening the military offensive in Pakistan to include the Haqqani network in North Waziristan imperil the fragile domestic consensus on fighting militancy?
With the security forces unable to stop terrorists from attacking at will, Pakistan is now in a state of panic.
Despite making territorial gains in South Waziristan, the army will find it challenging to hold the territory.
Several former army soldiers are either fighting in Afghanistan or training Taliban forces and formulating strategies to counter the war on terror.