By Abu Hurrairah Abbasi, He is a Graduate of International Relations from Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad and works as a Researcher with an Islamabad-based policy think tank Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad(ISSI). He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org On March 9, 2023, an
The Taliban have fully controlled Afghanistan since 15th August 2021. They entered Kabul without a fight while capturing most of the provinces in three months; in most cases, the Afghan National Defence Forces (ANDF) merely surrendered or melted down. With the conquest
Data on the number and location of terrorist attacks in Pakistan show a concentration near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. Since the Afghan Taliban reclaimed power in Kabul, there has been a gradual increase in insecurity in Pakistan, with a rise of terrorist acts. 2022
The undeniable fact is that the Taliban are in control of Afghanistan. However, the international community still deals with the country like a pariah state, adding to the vows of ordinary Afghans suffering from acute poverty. The US withdrew from the country
The Interim Afghan Government’s (IAG) financial constraints and the confiscation of Afghan Central Bank reserves have had a direct impact on the nation’s economy. Economic instability has made it possible for adversarial forces to use the populace as a tool to further
Afghanistan has exported more than $743 million, $207 million, and $23 million worth of goods to Pakistan, India, and Tajikistan, respectively. Pakistan is at the top of the list of Afghanistan’s export destinations because Afghanistan has done the most business with Pakistan.
Pakistan, despite its economic and social pressures, hosts more than 1.4 million registered Afghan refugees and 850,000 Afghan Citizen Card holders, who have free enrollment in government primary schools and access to higher education with generous scholarships, along with bank accounts and
c This is not a stand-alone incident in recent weeks; an organized pattern is emerging in the country, which may have far-reaching implications for the region and beyond. A week earlier, Pakistan’s head of mission in Kabul, Obaid Nizamani, escaped an assassination