Syed Fazl-e-Haider is a contributing analyst at South Asia desk of Wikistrat. He is a freelance columnist and the author of several books including the ‘Economic Development of Balochistan’.
Analysis: Pakistan is bracing for the impact of America's withdrawal from Afghanistan, with fears of increased insecurity.
In-depth: The hardline Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan movement has played a key role in fomenting nationwide protests, with Imran Khan's government walking a fine line between appeasing and emboldening the religious party.
Analysis: A surge in deadly attacks has raised fears that attempts are being made to sabotage Afghanistan's peace process following US elections.
Analysis: Biden is expected to adjust but not dramatically change course in the US-led Afghan peace process.
Significant challenges remain to ensure long-awaited intra-Afghan peace talks produce a breakthrough in the decades-long conflict.
Analysis: The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan could see a proxy war emerge between India and Pakistan.
The Covid-19 pandemic and a spike in violence threaten to jeopardise Afghanistan's fragile peace process.
The US is battling to salvage the Afghan peace process as violence, Covid-19 and internal political disputes threaten to derail the fragile agreement.
A large gathering held last month by the Tablighi Jamaat movement, together with lockdown violations by clerics and government incompetence, are being blamed for Pakistan's surge in Covid-19 cases.
The outbreak of coronavirus has affected a number of projects under China's BRI in a number of host countries, including Pakistan, Tajikistan and Bangladesh.