Washington must avoid the growing perception of the US double-dealing in regard to Pakistan. Continue reading The US is needed to battle terror in Afghanistan
I am not wrong in saying that Washington never targeted Mullah Omar, nor put pressure on Islamabad to deliver him for justice, after knowing his whereabouts. Continue reading Dead or alive, Mullah Omar will not matter
Ghani’s government must take seriously the issue of civilian casualties from US drone strikes and put an end to the extrajudicial killings of Afghans by the unmanned machines of our so called “strategic partner”. Continue reading Drones kill any chance of peace in Afghanistan
Karzai calls on the Afghan national unity government to immediately cancel the secretly signed accord between the Afghan and Pakistani intelligence services. Continue reading Karzai’s Stand For Afghan National Interests
Pakistan’s leadership must come to the realisation that the spread of terrorism on its soil is the direct consequence of the state’s self-destructive policies of using terrorism and radicalism as tools. Continue reading Afghan government is sleeping with the enemy
Afghanistan will never accommodate Pakistan’s wish to control Afghanistan’s foreign policy, especially in regard to India. Continue reading Has India lost Afghanistan to Pakistan?
Afghans want bilateral relations with the US on the basis of mutual respect as two sovereign countries in its practical terms. But it would be of no benefit to them if the US partnership with Afghanistan does not translate into peace and stability in their country. Continue reading Ashraf Ghani is no Karzai, but he’s still an Afghan
While sheltering the Taliban and allied violent extremists, Islamabad has long resisted cultivating a genuine friendship and true cooperation with Afghanistan. Continue reading Weighing Pakistan’s Commitment to the Afghan Peace Process