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Situation of Conflict in Afghanistan in Post Akhtar Mansur Period

Dated: 24 May 2016 Mullah Akhtar Mansur, the head of Afghan Taliban was reportedly killed in a US drone strike in Nushki District of Balochistan province of Pakistan. He belonged to the of Ishqazai sub-tribe of the Durrani tribe of Pashtun, and was appointed as the successor of late Mullah Omar in 2015 through a huddle that ended up in a massive controversy. Despite, disagreements over his leadership and th ...

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Divisions and Rift in Hakeemullah Group; Impact on Militancy in Pak-Afghan Region

Dated: January 1, 2016   According to FRC reports divisions and disputes are on the rise in Hakimullah group of South Waziristan Agency. Hakimullah group which came into existence in 2011 due to the differences between Hakimullah Mahsud head of TTP and Wali Rehman Mahsud head of Mahsud Taliban of South Waziristan Agency. After the death of Hakimullah Mahsud in an American drone attack in November 2013 ...

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Pakistani Taliban in Afghanistan

  Dated: November 27, 2015 In the wake of intensive military operations i.e. Zarb-e-Azab in North Waziristan and South Waziristan agencies and Khyber 1&2 in Khyber Agency, miilitants groups like Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Mahsud Taliban, Lashkar e Islam, Jamaat ul Ahrar, Al Qaida,Turkistan Islamic Party(TIP), Islamic Movement of Uzbakistan shifted to safe heavens in Khost, Paktika, Paktiya a ...

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The Role of Pakistani Taliban in ISIS Emergence in Pak-Afghan Region

Dated: November 20, 2015 Islamic State [IS or ISIS], which emerged in Iraq in mid 2014 with an aim to unite all Muslims countries under one single Islamic State or Caliphate, is headed by Abu Bakar Baghdadi. In no time, the self styled Islamic State [ISIS], notorious for its brutalities and inhuman terrorist activities, was successful in making inroads into Syria and now it controls large areas both in Iraq ...

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Illusive Peace

& Maida Aslam Thursday, June 4, 2015 The local Taliban in Wana, South Waziristan declared self-proclaimed victory and called themselves as war heroes, when the Uzbeks were expelled by the native Wazirs of the agency in Qaumi war against them 2008. Since then the Taliban have been regulating the affairs of the area under the self-proclaimed Amn (peace). This rule of Taliban has changed not only the meani ...

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Disarmament and Counter Militancy in FATA

Wednesday, April 8, 2015 Pakistan Army has been conducting search operations on regular intervals in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) for the past one year to de-weaponize the society. According to the locals, these operations have been carried out to collect weapons from civilians in many of the villages in various tribal agencies. The criticism over this strategy took place when the locals were ...

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Military Courts: Is this a Right Approach?

  Does military courts as a preferred policy provide a potential solution to terrorism issues in Pakistan? The way a problem is defined shapes the search for available solutions. Any inadequate or faulty diagnosis may result in a fatal error. To produce desired results may require creativity, insight and the use of tacit knowledge. The value or utility of military courts needs further elaboration. The ...

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Security Situation in FATA: An Overview of prevailing Scenario

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 An event [9/11] having global impact, brought war to Afghanistan and subsequently to Pakistan. The war has, no doubt, global dimensions but during the period of more than a decade, it has developed domestic dynamics as well. Internationally, there is only one dominant narrative of the conflict going on in North-Western parts of Pakistan, i.e. Talibanization-and-counter-Talibaniz ...

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Peace Talks with Taliban

  Conflict and violence is no doubt a bar to the prosperity of any mundane civilization. However, Peace and stability if achieved in its true spirit can act as a catalyst in leading a society towards the zenith of success and prosperity. Gandhi says that “It is my conviction that nothing enduring can built on violence” and indeed many of us will agree with him that conflict or war is not a solution to ...

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Administrative System of FATA: A Hindrance in Economic Development

  Good governance is a prerequisite for social harmony, public order, political stability, economic prosperity and certainty about future. It delivers the fruit of progress and development evenly to all and sundry. The key attributes of good governance are transparency, responsibility, accountability, participation and responsiveness but unfortunately as fata is concerned none of these attributes are i ...

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