Regions / Pakistan
In its fight against the Taliban, the Pakistani government is battling a creature of its own making.
Fouad Pervez and Sharad Joshi argue over the best way to move forward with U.S.-Pakistan relations.
The sine qua non of any Af-Pak policy has to be a permanent rollback of the Taliban's armed capabilities.
The United States has to abandon its military approach to fighting terrorism and turn Pakistan into a true ally.
An army is only as good as its supply lines, which means that NATO is in trouble in Afghanistan.
Predators, reapers, and imperial graveyards: Washington's language betrays its stubborn imperial ambitions.
The release of A. Q. Khan reveals that nuclear proliferation takes a back seat to other U.S. priorities, columnist Zia Mian explains.
Pakistan's failure to confront Islamic militants is a threat to itself, its neighbors, and the world.
The Obama administration should ditch Washington's policies of military support and arms exports to India and Pakistan.
It used to be that prospective politicians chose law school as the first step in their career path. Future politicians may skip law school altogether and try out for the Saturday Night Live team instead.