Regions / Pakistan
Pakistan plans to train over 8,000 personnel to augment its nuclear-security forces: extremist Islamists need not apply.
The United States may mount attacks on Pakistani soil, but the Pakistani military actually invades Afghanistan.
The Pakistani city is central to U.S. war efforts, so the recent violence there deeply worries Washington.
The C.I.A. may have obtained information on a key militant's whereabouts from the I.S.I.'s interrogation of Syed Saleem Shahzad.
36,000 Pakistanis have died violent deaths since 2003. Russ Wellen at the Foreign Policy in Focus blog Focal Points.
If there are general rules of war, certainly one of them is: "Do not fight in places that the Rand McNally three-dimensional map puts lots of bumps."
Will U.S. miscalculations drive these two occasional adversaries closer together?
A Washington nonprofit funnels money from Pakistan's ISI to lobby Congress on Kashmir.
You think the 1985 Pressler amendment -- which banned most U.S. aid to Pakistan unless U.S. certified it had no nuclear weapons -- made Pakistan mad?
The Obama administration's approach to the Afghan war is too narrowly focused. Instead, the administration should focus on India-Pakistan rapprochement as the hallmark of a cohesive South Asia strategy.