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FATF’s failing grade

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab  According to FATF’s assessment, Pakistan implemented only 5 of 22 agreed action points. Syeda Mamoona Rubab what all remains unaddressed After narrowly escaping the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) dreaded blacklist, the government has renewed its resolve to make necessary changes in...

Friends and Foes

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab Prime Minister Imran Khan’s week, which started with an initiative for easing tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, is looking to end on a rather positive note as he has apparently gotten the consent of both parties to engage in a...

Fresh Reset

Syeda Mamoona Rubab Syeda Mamoona Rubab explains the how the US and Taliban recently engaged in Islamabad The United States and Taliban recently made ‘reasonable progress’ in Islamabad towards resuscitating their peace talks. These talks had been declared “dead” by President Donald Trump a few weeks...

Khan’s case for Kashmir

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab The prime minister did a good job projecting the Kashmir cause at UNGA, writes Syeda Mamoona Rubab It has been a week since Prime Minister Imran Khan made an impassioned appeal to the world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)...

The Kashmir quagmire: Options for Pakistan

By Asma Khalid The unresolved Kashmir dispute is the defining factor in the bilateral relations between India and Pakistan. Since the partition of the sub-continent, the Kashmir issue has been described as the unfinished agenda of the partition of British India and now many more...

The Strait of Hormuz: figuring out the conundrum

By Mobeen Jafar Mir The Strait of Hormuz, a narrow sea channel situated between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, is one of the most important maritime chokepoints in the world. The significance of the Strait can be gauged from the fact that...

Peace in Afghanistan: Closer Than Ever But at What Cost?

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab As the United States and Taliban inched closer to a historic deal that would enable the Americans to extricate itself from an 18-year-long war – their longest overseas military engagement – there were more concerns about the future of war-ravaged Afghanistan...

Is Pakistan doing enough for Kashmir?

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab Syeda Mamoona Rubab feels that there was no urgency in the government’s lobbying efforts ahead of the UNSC meeting Last week, Pakistan celebrated the return of the Kashmir dispute to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) after more than 50 years, notwithstanding the...

What is next for Pakistan’s Kashmir policy?

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab A robust Kashmir policy has to drive the diplomatic offensive, argues Syeda Mamoona Rubab Pakistan reacted strongly to the Indian action of revoking the autonomous status of Indian-administered Kashmir and delivered a stern message to Delhi that there cannot be any compromise on...

Towards regional instability?

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab The Pakistani government, which champions the cause of Kashmiris, could not prepare a counter-strategy to prevent India’s unilateral action, writes Syeda Mamoona Rubab India’s troubling move to end the autonomous status for Occupied Kashmir marks the beginning of fresh chapter of trials...
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