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What went wrong in Pakistan

15th March 2017 – The Washington Times

What went wrong in Pakistan

Clifford D. May

Pakistan was meant to be a model, an example for other nations to emulate. It was founded after World War II, as the sun was setting on the British Empire and India was preparing for independence. India’s Muslims, though glad to see the end of the Raj, were apprehensive about becoming a minority in a Hindu-majority land. more...

Analysis & Commentary

15th June 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

US drone strikes ‘against spirit of ongoing cooperation,’ Pakistani Army chief says

Bill Roggio

Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa said today that US drone strikes and other unilateral actions “are against spirit of ongoing cooperation” and that any intelligence on terrorist whereabouts should be forwarded to the army for action. more...

14th June 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

US kills Haqqani commander in drone strike in Pakistan

Bill Roggio

The US has reportedly killed a senior commander for the Haqqani Network in a drone strike in northwest Pakistan yesterday. more...

4th June 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

Kabul funeral suicide bombers trained in Pakistan, Afghan intelligence says

Bill Roggio

The three suicide bombers who killed 20 people and wounded scores more during a complex attack at a funeral at a Kabul cemetery trained at a Pakistani madrassa, according to Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security. more...

2nd June 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

Taliban again affirms Haqqani Network is an integral part of group

Thomas Joscelyn, Bill Roggio

The Taliban has issued a second statement denying any role in the deadly Kabul bombing on May 31. more...