In: Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)

Operation Black Thunderstorm – I
October 3, 2017

The following analysis is the first part of a two-part series on Pakistan military operation famously known as “Operation Black Thunderstorm”….

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The US Dilemma
August 25, 2017

The US finds it does not know how to dismount the tiger. The US is finding the war in Afghanistan a…

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Pakistan Needs to Shed Its Delusions on Afghanistan
August 8, 2017

For decades, Pakistanis have been told that Afghanistan is a “brotherly Islamic country” with cultural and people-to-people ties with Pakistan. For…

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Jamaat-ul-Ahrar and Terrorist Association
July 26, 2017

Islamic State – Khorasan (ISKP) has become quite active in recent days, in both Afghanistan and Pakistan. Granted, we expect them…

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Kicking Terrorists Ass & Winning
July 26, 2017

For years, Pakistan has been told by the governments in Washington DC to “do more” against terrorism. But the fact is…

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SITREP: Afghanistan
June 3, 2017

The past few days across the region have been very telling. From the protests in Kabul to the appointment of Ayatollah…

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CommandEleven Analysts Speak with Sputnik Radio
April 30, 2017

Shahid Raza, Director General – Geopolitics at CommandEleven, and Sabena Siddiqui, Contributing Analyst to CommandEleven, speak with Sputnik Radio about the…

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Just another small piece in a grand puzzle
April 29, 2017

It was recently announced by ISPR that Ehsanullah Ehsan has surrendered himself to the Pak Army and now we have his…

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Threats to the State of Pakistan
April 28, 2017

States operate in a brutal and anarchical international system wherein power, national interests and realpolitik dictate the rules of the game….

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The Taliban Surge in Afghanistan: Worrying signs for Pakistan
April 25, 2017

Following the brazen attack by the Taliban on a corps headquarter in Balkh, the Afghan Defense Minister and the Army Chief…

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