The debate on the role of madrassas in spreading radical Islamist ideologies is central to extremism-terrorism nexus in Pakistan. The growth of extremism in Pakistan is closely
National Internal Security Policy (NISP)
On 24 February 2014, government approved the country’s first National Internal Security Policy (NISP). The policy has adopted a five-pronged counter-terrorism
Pakistan Protection Act 2014
In July 2014, Pakistan’s National Assembly passed the anti-terror Pakistan Protection Bill 2014.The bill provided the Pakistani security forces with additional powers to
Since 9/11, the Pakistan Army has conducted four large-scale and around eight medium-to-small-scale counter-terrorism operations against the Pakistani Taliban.