Sahibzada Usman

Sahibzada Usman

The writer holds a PhD in geopolitics and is the author of ‘Different Approaches on Central Asia: Economic, Security, and Energy’ with Lexington, USA.

ISKP in Afghanistan for Terrorism in Pakistan

ISKP in Afghanistan for Terrorism in Pakistan

The arrest of Sanaul Islam, in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, identified as a member of the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP), highlights a concerning trend of Indian citizens’ involvement in terrorism, particularly in Afghanistan. This incident raises significant questions about the…

The Global Spread of TTP

The Global Spread of TTP

The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), or Pakistani Taliban, has evolved from a coalition of various militant groups into a significant security threat with implications extending far beyond Pakistan’s borders. The TTP, distinct from the Afghan Taliban, was formed in 2007 with…

The Impact of TTP’s Terror on Pakistan

The Impact of TTP’s Terror on Pakistan

The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), a militant group operating primarily in the tribal districts along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, has long waged a campaign of terror against the people of Pakistan. Their acts of violence have not only destabilized regions but also…