Balochistan

The attack underscores the difficulties Pakistan faces on its wobbly journey toward sustained democracy.
The attack in Quetta, Pakistan, happened during a worship service.
Pakistan’s war against Islamist extremism does not seem to be ending anytime soon. While the country somewhat completed a
By James M. Dorsey Increasingly caught up in the Middle East’s multiple conflicts, Pakistan is struggling to balance relations
Last week, I published two op-eds, one in the Indian Express and one in Pakistan’s Dawn about the recent statements of the
Modi’s intervention is a significant development for supporters of the Baloch freedom movement.
The Baloch are a distinct ethnic group who reside in the lands between southwestern Pakistan, southeastern Iran and a very
The Pakistani government is intimidating some journalists and drastically curtailing their mobility under a repressive law known as the Fourth Schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Political leaders, activists and human rights defenders protested outside the White House on Friday February 12th to protest against Pakistan's military actions against opposition political activists and unarmed civilians in the country's resource-rich province of Balochistan.
The killing of a pro-independent Balochistan leader, Dr. Manan, on Saturday by the Pakistani security forces in Mastung is a great setback for establishing peace in volatile Balochistan.