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The growing Taliban challenge – Muhammad Amir Rana

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THE reported upsurge in the TTP’s terrorist violence in Pakistan in recent months has coincided with the Afghan Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan in August....

Concerns of proxy wars – Muhammad Amir Rana

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THE Afghan Taliban’s retaking of Kabul may be the climax of a 20-year-long war in Afghanistan but it is difficult to suggest that this...

The Khorasan chapter threat – Muhammad Amir Rana

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WITH the Afghan Taliban takeover of Kabul, the militant Islamic State group’s Khorasan chapter (IS-K) has also come under the global radar after its...

A big test for the Taliban – Muhammad Amir Rana

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AFTER assuming control of Kabul, the Taliban have apparently initiated a consultation process to form a new government. They are communicating to the world...

Emerging threats – Muhammad Amir Rana

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GROWING insecurity and violence in Afghanistan are not only reducing the space for intra-Afghan political reconciliation, they are also threatening Pakistan’s border and internal...

A changing society – Muhammad Amir Rana

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THE desire for change is not something bad in itself. But when it is used as a source of political manoeuvring, the mantra of...

Reconciliation in Balochistan?- Muhammad Amir Rana

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THIS past week has been full of surprises for the people of Balochistan. First, Prime Minister Imran Khan said during his Gwadar visit that...

Time to make clear choices – Muhammad Amir Rana

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THE deadline for US forces’ withdrawal from Afghanistan is approaching, and major international stakeholders are looking towards Pakistan to play a leading but voluntary...

FATF compliance Muhammad Amir Rana

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WITH the budget proposals now in the public domain, for the first time in almost three years, the PTI government and its powerful backers...

An uneasy relationship Muhammad Amir Rana

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AFTER the reports that the US is scouting for new bases in Afghanistan’s neighbouring countries, the Afghan Taliban warned the latter against committing...