Still, if the U.S. begins once again to lean on Pakistan’s military, it will be a complex and controversial process. Yet
The need for a paradigm shift in the bilateral relationship appears to be an idea whose time has come within the U.S. foreign policy community. A revived U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue has the potential to launch a different kind of strategic framework.
US drone attacks are deeply unpopular in Pakistan, but Washington sees them as a vital tool in the fight against militants
The U.S. Census Bureau in 2010 estimated that there were over 300,000 U.S. residents of Pakistani descent living in the United
According to the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, drones often also target rescuers coming to help those
His activities in the border area, described by U.S. President Barack Obama as the world's most dangerous place, could complicate
Anyone who knows Pakistan knows that it's simplistic to chant (like the sheep in Animal Farm), "Civilians good, military ba-a-a-ad." But it's also true that a military takeover is not only far from out of the question, but likely only to make things worse. So where can we look for leadership?
It seems that by allowing the drone-deployers to prevail over the diplomats, the Obama White House is pushing tactics over strategy. Some may debate this, but a drone triumphalism seems to be dominating over other key strategic equities that the U.S. should be concerned about.
Three drone strikes in as many days on suspected militants have killed 27 people, Pakistani intelligence officials say. The
In the first strike, a drone fired missiles at a vehicle in the Birmal area of the South Waziristan tribal region, killing
In Galveston, doctors agreed to treat Shakira for free. They will operate on the scars on her face and body, although she