Prerna Diwaker (Nanyang): The Emerging Threat of Nuclear Terrorism from Asia. Saroj Kumar Rath (Delhi): South Asia’s Future Security: The Danger of Terrorism from Pakistan. Monika Chansoria on how Pakistan’s tactical nukes threaten stability in South Asia. Shams Zaman on dangerous trends in nuclear South Asia. From American Diplomacy, Jon P. Dorschner reviews Shooting for a Century: The India-Pakistan Conundrum by Stephen P. Cohen; and Donald Camp reviews No Exit from Pakistan: America’s Tortured Relationship with Islamabad by Daniel S. Markey. Pakistan, worse than we knew: Ahmed Rashid reviews The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001–2014 by Carlotta Gall. In too deep: Raza Rumi on how Pakistan’s relationship with Afghanistan is caught in the muddled terrain of domestic political machinations and regional ambitions. Vikas Kumar on Pakistan’s fragile periphery. Muslim Zion: Jon P. Dorschner reviews Muslim Zion: Pakistan as a Political Idea by Faisal Devji. The Musharraf Boomerang: Could the new Pakistani government’s pursuit of the country’s former dictator be its own undoing? Investigating the assassination of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, UN lead commissioner Heraldo Munoz recalls the surveillance and corruption that obstructed his team’s search for answers. Who’s afraid of the ISI? Ali Sethi on the attempted assassination of journalist Hamid Mir, who hosts one of Geo TV’s most popular current affairs programs. Isaac Chotiner interviews Mohammed Hanif on the life of journalists on an assassin's hit list. India's nationalistic new leader made an extraordinarily warm gesture towards Pakistan — too bad Pakistan can't reciprocate. Leaders of India and Pakistan hold rare meeting. The Al-Qaeda and the Lashkar-e-Toiba: Riddhi Shah on a case of growing ideological homogeneity. The Pakistani Taliban claim responsibility for a brazen raid on Karachi's civilian airport which left at least 28 people dead.