Posts Tagged: taliban
A new book on Pakistan looks at the thicket of problems in which the United States has become enmeshed.
Was the NATO attack that killed 25 Pakistani soldiers an accident or an attempt to torpedo peace talks?
Many Afghans are angry at Pakistan for aiding the Taliban.
It's not militants getting their hands on its nuclear weapons that Pakistan fears, but the United States.
A yoga teacher believes he can bring the U.S. and NATO forces and the Taliban together to meditate.
Pakistan plans to train over 8,000 personnel to augment its nuclear-security forces: extremist Islamists need not apply.
The current U.S. strategy to confront its antagonists reflects a decade of missteps and misunderstandings.
To Washington, hospitality shown by the Haqqani network toward al Qaeda is probably another reason for the U.S. to remain in Afghanistan.
Terrorists may not be able to reasoned with. But those who put them up to it can be.
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.