Special Projects

Framework for Dealing with the Present Predicament of Pakistan

Regions

Topics

Type of Analysis

Subscribe to PoliTact's eMagazine - Churchill Picket

There is no list available.

Pakistan-Iran Relations

South & Central AsiaWhat Will Determine The Future Direction Of US-Pakistan Ties?
Tue, 21 Oct 2014

The settling in of the Modi government in India, and installation of a unity setup in Afghanistan, represents the beginning of a new phase of politics for Pakistan and the region. However, this is just one dimension of the dramatic change that presently engulfs the region and beyond.

More...

Pakistan-Iran Relations

Middle EastUS Middle East Policy; Dealing With Iran And Non-State Actors
Mon, 28 Jul 2014

The American Middle East policy stands at a crucial juncture. The dramatic turn of events in Iraq, overthrow of democratically elected government in Egypt, the continuing Syria quagmire, and now the Gaza crisis, are all demonstrating the pressure points.

More...
Pause
 

Geopolitical Situation - Issue Brief

The Arab Fissions And Gaza Crisis
Wed, 23 Jul 2014

As the Gaza crisis unfolds, the Arab world is also engulfed in the Arab Awakening and the ever widening War and Terror. Meanwhile, the global power tussles are also escalating in the region. While the American perception has deteriorated due to the campaign against extremists, the Russians have gained in places like Syria.

Media Discussion: US-Pakistan Ties, N Waziristan Operation, Gaza Conflict, Shooting Down of Malaysian Plane
Mon, 21 Jul 2014

A media discussion on VOA Urdu Radio Program ‘In the News’ hosted by Shahnaz Nafees.

More Briefs on Pakistan-Iran Relations

Geopolitical Situation - Vantage Point Analysis

Differences Between Israeli Operation Protective Edge, Pillar Of Defense, And 2006 Israeli-Lebanon War
Tue, 22 Jul 2014

Gaza crisis has erupted once more. Rockets are being fired at Israeli cities, just like in 2012, 2009 and 2006, and the Israeli ground offensive is now underway as well.

Making Sense; North Waziristan Operation, Talks With TTP, Afghan Reconciliation
Fri, 30 May 2014

All the pieces are slowly falling in place; Indian election is over and that of Afghanistan is also moving towards a closure. Whoever is the new Afghan president, the candidates have indicated they will sign the Bilateral Security Agreement with the US.

More Analyses on Pakistan-Iran Relations

Geopolitical Situation - Analysis of Perception and Perspective

What Does Iraq Represent; Ground Reality And Public Narrative
Mon, 30 Jun 2014

More and more the ground reality is at odd with the narrative that is presented publicly to explain it. There are several reasons for why this may be happening. Events are occurring rapidly, and moving too quickly, to be understood fully in the time available.

Campaign Against Terror; The Confrontation Between State, Non-State Actors
Mon, 16 Jun 2014

As the concentration of Pakistan and the world was focused on the Karachi airport attack, alarming questions were raised once again. Some of these are concerning the next phase of the campaign against extremists.

More Analyses on Pakistan-Iran Relations

Risk Assessment - Entropy Alert

What Will Determine The Future Direction Of US-Pakistan Ties?
Tue, 21 Oct 2014

The settling in of the Modi government in India, and installation of a unity setup in Afghanistan, represents the beginning of a new phase of politics for Pakistan and the region. However, this is just one dimension of the dramatic change that presently engulfs the region and beyond.

What to Expect Next In Gaza Crisis; Risks For Israel, Region
Tue, 22 Jul 2014

The present schism in the region and Iran’s engagement in nuclear talks with the West, allows Israel the opportunity to act without liability against Hamas and Gaza.

More Alerts on Pakistan-Iran Relations

Global Security Advisor - Global Security Studies

US Middle East Policy; Dealing With Iran And Non-State Actors
Mon, 28 Jul 2014

The American Middle East policy stands at a crucial juncture. The dramatic turn of events in Iraq, overthrow of democratically elected government in Egypt, the continuing Syria quagmire, and now the Gaza crisis, are all demonstrating the pressure points.

US, Chinese Visions Compete In South Asia
Tue, 13 May 2014

After more than a decade of status quo in the geopolitical environment of South Asia, the region is now entering a phase of tremendous flux. The transformation underway can be viewed from the regional lens and through the global angle.

More Security Studies
Politact. Strategic Knowledge.