I’m Pakistan correspondent for The Diplomat, Australia’s only dedicated international affairs magazine:
“When two tribes go to war” March 18, 2011
Mustafa Qadri finds out for himself during a night patrol with members of an anti-Taliban militia in Pakistan that it’s kill or be killed.
“Pakistan’s hurt locker” January 27, 2011
Peshawar is a hotspot for suicide and IED attacks. Mustafa Qadri travels with the city’s bomb squad to find out how local police are coping.
“Why US can’t drop Pakistan” August 9, 2010
The WikiLeaks files won’t destroy ties between the two. The US decision to withdraw from Afghanistan has made sure of that.
“Indo-Pak ties a lost cause?” April 2, 2010
Not yet, says Mustafa Qadri. But it’s the Kashmir issue, not terrorism or Afghanistan, that’s still the biggest bar to a breakthrough.
“Long journey back to heaven” November 2, 2009
The Diplomat’s Pakistan correspondent, Mustafa Qadri, meets refugees from the conflict in Pakistan’s Swat Valley and finds anger, trepidation and hope as they return home after this summer’s counter-Taliban military offensive.
“From our correspondent” October 23, 2009
I managed to catch up by e-mail last night with our Pakistan correspondent, Mustafa Qadri, who’s been trying to find a way into the Waziristan region to cover the big military offensive by Pakistani forces that started last weekend.
“Ramping up or scaling down?” October 2, 2009
With reports this week that Pakistan is preparing to shift its strategy and launch an offensive against the Taliban’s key stronghold in South Waziristan, I thought now would be a good time to get an update from our Pakistan correspondent, Mustafa Qadri, on the unfolding situation there.
Mustafa Qadri investigates the organisations believed by many to have been behind the Mumbai terrorist attacks.
The Diplomat’s Middle East and South Asia correspondent, Mustafa Qadri, reports on Hamas’ future.
Called ‘the central front’ by Barack Obama, Pakistan and Afghanistan have endured another year of turmoil, writes Mustafa Qadri.
The Taliban has a tidy little earner selling access to Western journalists, writes Mustafa Qadri.
Hamas has called in the media strategists and news channels to soften its image abroad. But not everyone is convinced, writes Mustafa Qadri.