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Role of USA-Israel-India in fomenting Islamic radicalism

Zameer36 Non-resolution of Palestinian and Kashmir dispute gave rise to Islamic radicalism. After the Islamic revolution in Iran in 1979, the ten-year Iran-Iraq war ended...

Rising Paranoia: The 24 Hour Coup

Spearhead Analysis – 22.07.2016 By Xenia Rasul Khan Mahsud Research Analyst, Spearhead Research The concept of 'democratic consolidation' is one that asserts that when a democracy is stable and unwavering...

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...

2014 To 2015

Spearhead Analysis – 31.12.2014 2014 ended on the saddest note possible---the cold blooded brutal murder of more than 130 children of the Army Public School...

Time for Decisions

Spearhead Analysis – 12.12.2013 The political leadership in Pakistan has to be the decision maker and the complexity of the strategic environment requires this leadership...

Post Afghanistan Endgame

The paper is a project by interns under the supervision of Spearhead Research employees. By  Haider Abbas and Shirin Naseer Three main topics make up the...

BACKBONE NEEDED NOW

By Harlan Ullman Resurrection is a popular metaphor often promiscuously applied to fallen or disgraced athletes, politicians, celebrities and, of course, religion.  But fewer entities...

WHITHER PAKISTAN?

Spearhead Analysis – 09.07.2013 According to media reports the US and the Pakistan military engaged in a prolonged and arduous process of negotiations that led...

AFGHANISTAN COMPETING HOPE AND DESPAIR

By Air Commodore (R) Khalid Iqbal As John Kerry circumvented Islamabad, Special Representative James Dobbins and Prime Minster David Cameron strived to wear his shoes....

WIN WARS NOT BATTLES

By Harlan Ullman Doha, Qatar: If there is one strategic weakness or Achilles heel in American geostrategic thinking, it is a fixation with winning battles...