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Pakistan’s Aces Can’t be Trumped

Pakistan’s turbulent and often fractious relationship with the United States has traditionally been underpinned by an awareness of the symbiotic nature of the partnership. This was thrown into stark relief after September 11, 2001, when Pakistan once again became a frontline state to channelise American actions in Afghanistan. But the election of Donald Trump as […]

By: Quatrina Hosain

Durand Line Complexities

The border between Pakistan and Afghanistan is one of the world’s most volatile areas. From the Great Game to the war on terror, for centuries this area has been the site of many battles fought by armies from around the globe. Yet curiously enough, the border is still referred to as the Durand Line, a […]

By: Juma Khan Sufi