16 Feb 2016
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia: How Special are the “Special Relations”?
Author: Yoel Guzansky
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
Given their traditionally close ties, this commentary wonders why Pakistan has been unwilling to join the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen since the spring of 2015.
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10 Feb 2016
Why India's Economy Is at the Head of the Pack
Author: Sebastien Mallaby
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
This brief explains why India's economy grew faster than any other major power in 2015.
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2 Feb 2016
Sustained Neighbours: The Impact of Afghanistan's Transition Process on Conflict in Pakistan
This brief looks at how the multiple transition processes currently underway in Afghanistan are affecting "peace and conflict dynamics" in Pakistan.
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CTC Sentinel 9 (2)
Author: Zach Schenk, Guido Steinberg, Barak Barfi, Huma Yusuf, Mia Bloom, John Horgan, Charlie Winter, Kevin Bell, Mohammed M Hafez
Combating Terrorism Center (CTC)
This issue of the Sentinel features six articles that focus on 1) the growing radicalization of Pakistani universities; 2) the Islamic Emirate of Kunar, which was a short-lived Salafi proto-state founded in Eastern Afghanistan in 1990; 3) the importa...
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