Prospects of Hostilities on Western Border

By Ammarah Rabbani Rao The Conflict Monitoring Center’s data shows an unprecedented level of escalation of hostilities on its western border by Afghan National Army, NATO, and anti-Pakistan militants. During the year 2012, 732 cross border attacks took place from Afghan soil into Pakistani territory including rocket and mortar attacks, airspace

Baluchistan: 19 out of 30 districts affected by militancy in May 2012

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The Conflict Monitoring Center in its latest security report on Baluchistan revealed that violence in Quetta has increased 350 percent during the month of May 2012. An unprecedented escalation of militant attacks in Quetta district of the troubled Baluchistan province shows grim security situation but hand-tied security forces have restricted

After Dr. Afridi’s Conviction CIA on Rampage in FATA

Islamabad After conviction of its informant the CIA has intensified drone attacks in Pakistan. According to monthly report of Islamabad based Conflict Monitoring Center which regularly monitors drone attacks and anti-state militancy in the region, American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has carried out six drone attacks during May 2012, five of

Taliban a real threat to Pakistan

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By Muhammad Ashfaq Seeds of extremism had been sown long before the U-Turn of Gen Musharraf on Afghan policy in this country. It is also true that surfacing of Pakistan on the map of the world was based on religious grounds. It was compulsion of the time because religion was the

Significant Decline in Suicide Attacks in Pakistan

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CMC's Annual Report 2011The Conflict Monitoring Center is an Islamabad based Independent Research Center which monitors anti-state and anti-government violence and counter insurgency initiatives by security forces. For preparation of this report the CMC collected data from Inter Services Public Relations, Ministry of Interior, Health Departments of Provinces, National, International