Regions / Pakistan
Whether in the name of containing Communism or fighting terrorism, the well-being of the Pakistani people has been of little concern to Washington for decades.
Musharraf tries to stamp out a movement for democracy that could confront him and the larger structure of army rule.
Can India and Pakistan bury the hatchet in a territorial dispute over the worlds highest battle zone?
Can Pakistan peacefully negotiate its way out of a military dictatorship? Here's how.
The Pakistani presidents commando raid against Islamic militants achieved only a Pyrrhic victory.
Are India and Pakistan heading toward war or peace? Noam Chomsky looks at nukes, Kashmir, and diaspora politics.
Hardliners in Washington want Pakistans leader to crack down on terrorists, but hardliners in Islamabad are deeply ambivalent. Whats a poor dictator to do?
Pakistan has been a key U.S. ally on counter-terrorism. But it looks like Musharaff may no longer be our man in Pakistan.
Pakistan's government on March 30 began pulling troops out of South Waziristan following a 12-day security sweep of the area to root out Taliban and al Qaeda militants.
Pakistan's position as a key U.S. ally in the campaign against al-Qaeda has been particularly beneficial to the military-led government of General Pervez Musharraf, whose support is seen by the Bush administration as indispensable to U.S. "anti-terrorism" efforts in the region.