Game Over For Nawaz Sharif

Even if he survives the demands for his resignation, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan is already controversial, damaged and bruised. This is the time for him to think about his future, his legacy and the family interests.

INDIAN TERRORISM IN PAKISTAN The Story Of Three Spies And One Saboteur

The death of Sarabjit Singh is a reminder of how India expanded its limited conflict with Pakistan over Kashmir into an all-out animosity.

Why Is Pakistan’s Latest Nuclear Missile Test Different?

Welcome to the Strategic Command and Control Support System. Now Pakistani leadership can ‘stay in the strategic loop’ 24/7. Our command structure is completely indigenous.

Battlefield Nukes For Pakistan: Why Hatf IX (Nasr) Is Essential For Pakistan’s Deterrence Posture & Doctrine

  The American targeting of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons and their development continues unabated. The latest attack is on Pakistan’s development of the Nasr missile in the Hatf short range ballistic missile (SRBM) series. The new attack manifests itself in a provocative report published by Foreign Policy magazine, which is part of the Washington Post Company. [...]

Was Pakistan Wrong To Review U.S. Ties?

It is incorrect that Pakistan confronted ’49 nations’ members of NATO or risked diplomatic isolation. Critics of Pakistan’s decision to withdraw container transport facility to US government used incorrect reasons to restore the supply routes without securing Pakistani interests.

NATO, Afghanistan And The Pakistan Supply Line: A Question Of Legitimacy

A policy brief that answers two critical questions facing Pakistani decision makers: Is NATO legally present in Afghanistan? And is Pakistan bound by international law to open a NATO supply route through Pakistani territory?

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