In efforts to provide targeted and timely insights on evolving issues, PoliTact has started a special series. This series is carefully designed for policy and decision makers, analysts, academics, media anchors, columnists, journalists, and students attempting to make sense of the increasingly chaotic and complex world.
This particular brief covers Pakistan’s efforts to fight extremists and the regional and global dynamics. Pakistan’s decision to conduct surgical operations against Taliban has come at a critical time and will have an impact on the Afghan reconciliation as well as the upcoming US-Pakistan strategic dialogue.
See below a list of in-depth action oriented analyses that go a long way towards understanding the multidimensional situation and developing a holistic perspective.
Global Security Studies
Why Pakistan Needs To Manage Its National Strategic Narrative
Pakistan’s National Security Policy: What Can Be Done?
The Stumbling Blocks Towards Afghan Reconciliation
The Correlation Between Pakistan’s Threat Perception And Regional Economics
Pakistan’s Other Foreign Policy Challenge; Managing Ties Between Iran, Gulf States
Vantage Point Analysis
Post 2014 Afghanistan, Reconciliation And Central Asia
Russian Strategy For The Islamic World And Pakistan
China, US And The Balancing Act In South Asia
The AfPak Vision And North Waziristan Operation
Afghan Reconciliation And The Perilous Outlook For TTP
Analysis of Perception and Perspective
Karzai’s Strategic Intent And Bilateral Security Agreement
The Mysterious Killings Of Hakimullah Mehsud And Nasiruddin Haqqani
Nawaz Sharif’s US Mission And Death Of Hakimullah Mehsud
The Dilemma Of Afghan Representation And Reconciliation
The Security, Economic Calculus Of Pakistan’s New Government
Sino, Indian Role In Afghanistan; Implications For Pakistan
Afghan Reconciliation, War On Terror And Future Politics of Pakistan
The Context To Understand The Emerging World – 2014 Forecast, Part I
Discerning Change Produced By The War Against Extremists – 2014 Forecast, Part II
The Western Vantage Point And War On Terror 2.0 – 2014 Forecast, Part II
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