Topic: Lisa Curtis
Afghanistan wanted to secure peace on its own. But after major setbacks, other nations, like Pakistan, India, and the US are set to play big roles in Afghanistan for years.
10/06/2011 03:53 pm
Adm. Mullen's public accusation that Pakistani intelligence was involved in militants' attacks on US targets in Afghanistan suggest that the US has reached its limit with its 'strategic partner.'
09/26/2011 03:52 pm
In Pakistan, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took care to say senior leaders there didn't know Osama bin Laden was hiding near Islamabad. But she also pushed hard for Pakistan to hunt down certain Islamist extremists.
05/27/2011 04:25 pm
The positive spin emanating from Pakistan and the US after Osama bin Laden's death barely masks the recent lack of cooperation and deep mistrust between the countries.
05/02/2011 03:23 pm
The news that Raymond Davis, the American being held in Pakistan for a double murder, is a CIA agent that previously worked for Blackwater adds public pressure on Pakistan not to release him.
02/22/2011 10:47 am
About $76 million has already been carved out in civilian and military US aid for the Pakistan floods. But some are concerned that other donors may be holding back because of ‘aid fatigue’ after Haiti.
08/13/2010 05:40 pm
Richard Holbrooke, Obama's special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, wants to unify allies at a time when many Europeans sense drift in the war and a lack of clear US policy.
11/14/2009 12:00 am
Some Pakistanis, especially in the military, say the conditions violate their country's sovereignty and interfere with the civil-military power balance.
10/09/2009 01:00 am
The process will be closely watched by the US and other foreign governments for signs of Pakistan's ability to deal with the Taliban.
07/14/2009 01:00 am
Congress holds the key to billions in new assistance, but some lawmakers are skeptical it would diminish the terrorist threat.
05/06/2009 01:00 am
Joint efforts include setting up coordination centers along the Afghan-Pakistani border.
10/29/2008 01:00 am
Prime minister Gilani arrives at the White House Monday. Likely topics: counterterrorism and democratic stability.
07/26/2008 01:00 am