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Wednesday October 27, 2021
Raashid Wali Janjua
Raashid Wali Janjua

The writer is a retired brigadier, and a PhD scholar in Peace and Conflict Studies at the National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad.

  • October 10, 2021

    Countering the TTP

    The Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan was formed in 2007 in response to the army’s action against non-state actors in north and south Waziristan. After...

  • August 14, 2021

    Kashmir in chains

    “At midnight on Aug 4, 2019 India turned all of Kashmir into a giant prison camp. Seven million Kashmiris were barricaded in their homes, internet...

  • July 19, 2021

    A win-win formula

    A few questions first about the current Afghan situation, in order of their importance. Is Afghan peace hostage to big power rivalry? What policy...

  • June 27, 2021

    Fallout management

    The United States is leaving Afghanistan in turmoil after two decades of occupation. The Doha Agreement with the Taliban, bypassing the Ashraf Ghani...

  • June 13, 2021

    The gathering storm

    The Afghan scenario is getting darkened by the violence levitating ominously over the horizon yet again. A conservative assessment of the peace...

  • May 30, 2021

    Afghanistan deja vu

    There is a strong feeling of deja vu about Afghanistan in the air. The environment, despite the passage of two decades, is eerily reminiscent of the...

  • April 27, 2021

    A new opportunity

    The East and West apparently can for once meet in a symbiosis of values and material rewards. The idea is embodied in the East West Economic...

  • April 18, 2021

    Lawfare by Pakistan

    Lawfare is defined as the theory and practice of the use of international law as an instrument to advance one's own interests. Orde Kittrie’s book...

  • March 30, 2021

    A new security paradigm

    A new security paradigm was unveiled during the recently concluded Islamabad Security Dialogue. The refreshing change was highlighted by the...