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Husain Haqqani

Any India-Pakistan Meeting Fruitless Till Islamabad Destroys Its Terror Infrastructure: Ex-Pak Diplomat

Jun 12, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Supporting India's determination that "talks and terror" cannot go together, the former top diplomat said that the two countries also needed to do away with the tag of being "permanent enemies".

Pakistan's Behaviour Over Terrorism Will Not Change: Haqqani, Former Pak Ambassador To US

Sep 25, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

US diplomats have spent almost three decades trying to lure Pakistan’s decision-makers into seeing things their way.


Snafu Station

As long as the Pakistani Army continues to view India as an existential threat and maintains its grip over security policy, the twain may never achieve permanent peace.

A War Of Nerves

Jan 12, 2012 B. Raman

The Army has conveyed a message to the civilian leadership that while it has no intention of acting against the government at present, it may not hesitate to act if Kayani and Pasha are humiliated by cancelling their extended tenure.


Grand National Compromise

Musharraf has a few days to decide whether he wants to become part of the above, salvage some respect, and voluntarily give up power. Or he could remain the major wound that must be dealt with before the healing of Pakistan can begin.

24 May, 2007

Feet Of Clay

Husain Haqqani

Pakistan's focus on military muscle weakens social cohesion and makes the state increasingly ungovernable. It has become a dysfunctional state, a tinderbox that may not light up for years, but could also go up in flames in an instant.


19 March, 2007

Dodging The Issue

Husain Haqqani

Muslim leaders and intellectuals find it easier to criticize outsiders - the US, in the case of Iraq - for harm inflicted on fellow Muslims. But what about the suffering caused by fellow believers?


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