Category Archives: Terrorism and Militancy

Op-Ed in the Christian Science Monitor – “America’s way out of dependence on Pakistan: Iran”

The Christian Science Monitor recently asked me for an op-ed on US-Pakistan relations. “America’s way out of dependence on Pakistan: Iran” argues that America’s very dependence on Pakistan is the key source of regional instability, amounting to US support for … Continue reading

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The Next Al Qaeda? Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Future of Terrorism in South Asia

The November/December 2011 issue of the World Affairs Journal contains a paper of mine on militancy in South Asia. “The Next Al Qaeda: Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Future of Terrorism in South Asia” describes a major shift in South Asian militancy … Continue reading

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