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Beyond the Agreement

Pakistan actively supported with multiple initiatives to bring about the agreement and has the most to gain from a stable political arrangement in Afghanistan and an end to violence. Pakistan would then like to see the IS-K and TTP marginalized because unlike the Taliban these have agendas outside Afghanistan and can be manipulated by those who have been using them to undermine Pakistan. Pakistan would therefore want a good relationship with President Ashraf Ghani and his government and has already said so. Reciprocation from President Ghani would be vastly helpful for progress.

The Path to be Taken

Spearhead Analysis – 11.04.2018 Over the past several months there has been much concern over the cease fire violations on the LOC (Line of Control) in...

Spy vs Spy

Spearhead Analysis – 29.03.2016 Third party evaluations rate Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) as one of the world’s top intelligence agencies. So it should not have...

The Fantastic Four

Spearhead Analysis – 11.02.2016 The Quadrilateral Consultative Group (QCG) that is trying to start the dialogue between Afghanistan and the Taliban to bring peace and...

Obama’s AF-Pak policy: Between a rock and a hard place

Spearhead Analysis – 21.10.2015 By Abdulla Wasti Research Analyst, Spearhead Research After the Battle of Kunduz, reports emerged that Taliban insurgents were threatening to storm another provincial capital...

A burgeoning trust deficit

Spearhead Analysis – 03.06.2015 By Abdulla Wasti Research Analyst, Spearhead Research In the aftermath of the recent visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Gen Raheel Sharif and the...

The Taliban in Paris

Spearhead Analysis – 12.12.12 The official word from the Taliban is that they will be in Paris for discussions with the US and its western...

Spearhead Research Analysis – “2014”

Spearhead Analysis - 04.04.12 The real and tragic failure in Afghanistan would be a return to the civil war that erupted after the Soviet Union...