In its 70-year history, Pakistan’s Prime Ministers, for one reason or the other, cannot seem to finish their elected term.
Category Archives: South Asia
Western attempts to rebuild Afghanistan while simultaneously reducing the importance of opium cultivation for local farmers have utterly failed.Read more
New Analysis Paper: A policy of embedding counternarcotics task forces with counterinsurgency forces is at best counterproductive, and likely strengthens local insurgency movements.Read more
Recent developments in the Northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan serve as a stark reminder of the unfinished mission that the West has sought to sweep under the rug of history.Read more
In the absence of strong international coordination and leadership, Nepal, like countless humanitarian efforts before, will begin with the best of intentions and efforts, but ultimately end in long-term neglect and ineptitude.Read more
Tragically, modern conflicts no longer end; they are caught in a perpetual cycle of enormous illicit profits, superficial interventions, and endemic violence.Read more
Recent reports from Pakistani cities of ISIS insignia-laden paraphernalia, graffiti, and even recruiters have raised alarm bells and growing concern that the radical pseudo-state may be reaching its tentacles across Asia and into PakistanRead more