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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

22nd July 2017 – Quoted by Madeline Patrick - Normangee Star

USA withholds aid to Pakistan over ‘insufficient’ counterterrorism action

Bill Roggio

The U.S. Defense Department has withheld $50 million in Pakistan military payments after Pentagon chief Jim Mattis determined Islamabad is not doing enough to counter the Taliban-affiliated Haqqani network, an official said on Friday. more...

19th July 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

State Department: Pakistan continues to provide safe haven for Taliban, allied jihadists

Thomas Joscelyn, Bill Roggio

The State Department’s newly released Country Reports on Terrorism 2016 points to Pakistan’s ongoing complicity with jihadists in Central and South Asia, including the Afghan Taliban. more...

19th July 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

Afghan military calls for Pakistan to launch operations on ‘terrorist centers’ throughout country

Bill Roggio

The Pakistan military recoiled after Afghanistan’s Ministry of Defense called on Pakistan to launched operations against “terrorist centers” throughout the country, including in the Pakistani cities of Quetta and Peshawar. more...

17th July 2017 – FDD's Long War Journal

Afghan forces liberate district in central Helmand

Bill Roggio

The Afghan National Army retook control of the district of Nawa from the Taliban today in central Helmand province. more...