Tag Archives: GHQ

Renewed Civil-Military Tensions in Pakistan

Nothing could be more embarrassing for Pakistan than an openly expressed disagreement between the GHQ and the Prime Minister’s Office.

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Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations: Will Narratives Change?

Ashraf Ghani finds himself pitched against deeply-entrenched beliefs about Pakistan in Afghanistan’s security establishment.

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New Dynamics of Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations

Islamabad must build on the unusual goodwill in Kabul to prove it is sincere in cooperating against terrorism.

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Reconnecting Afghanistan

Afghanistan has finally found its “man of destiny” in Ashraf Ghani. How long before some leader in Pakistan rises above self, selfishness and greed for the sake of the country?

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Concept of National Security Pakistan Needs

Globalization has made national borders irrelevant, with wide-ranging changes in the concept of national security. Rather than the military securing territorial space, security policy is now evaluated more in terms of human, economic and cultural terms.

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Pakistan’s Fading General

The careers of our senior military hierarchy, a confidential prerogative of the military secretary’s branch of the GHQ (Pakistan Army’s General Headquarters), are being openly (and irresponsibly) discussed in the media, thanks to the indecisiveness of the present regime in making critical appointments. Not good for the country, let alone the armed forces! The army’s bad image not only had …

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