A draft U.S. resolution, destined for the UN Security Council and which would designate a Pakistani militant as a global terrorist, challenges China on Xinjiang.
Suicide attack in Iran frames visit to Pakistan by Saudi crown prince.
It took the deaths of 2,300 U.S. soldiers and tens of thousands of Afghans to reach the agreement to end the longest war in U.S. history.
By seizing on the blasphemy issue, Imran Khan puts himself between a rock and a hard place.
Turkey’s financial crisis raises questions about China’s debt-driven development model.
Since 2000, 50 million women in predominantly-Muslim countries have entered the labor market.
The recipients of Beijing’s supposed largess regularly find themselves trapped in debt leading to rising anti-Chinese sentiment.
Corruption and the lack of the rule of law is a fundamental cause of the Afghan debacle.
Pakistan’s machinations and America’s past delusions pose obstacles to a successful strategic outcome for the war In Afghanistan.