Topic: Marvin Weinbaum
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
Terrorism & Security US kills 6 suspected militants despite Pakistan's demand for end to drone attacks
The timing of the US drone attack, which reportedly killed six militants Wednesday in South Waziristan, is likely to strain an already fraught relationship with Pakistan.
04/13/2011 10:02 am
Pakistan is trying to use the case of the CIA's Raymond Davis to limit US drone strikes and covert operations on its soil. But with its reliance on US aid, how much leverage does it really have?
04/12/2011 08:16 pm
India-Pakistan tensions muddy US efforts in Afghanistan, where Pakistan's cooperation is needed. One key issue: Islamabad is wary of India's broadening regional role.
01/20/2011 04:04 pm
Flow of US aid and presence of its troops serve Pakistan's long-range aim of thwarting its archenemy, India.
10/14/2010 03:59 pm
Pakistan said it will keep the Khyber Pass - a crucial supply line for the US war effort in Afghanistan - closed because of security concerns, as a US drone strike pounded alleged militants inside Pakistan.
10/05/2010 04:33 pm
Pakistan closed a key border-crossing to NATO trucks supplying coalition forces in Afghanistan after a NATO helicopter raid killed three Pakistani troops. But it will likely have to relent soon.
10/01/2010 05:04 pm
Allegations of Afghanistan election fraud are rampant, but there are few formal complaints. Here's why.
09/20/2010 04:22 pm
Afghanistan's election Saturday yielded reports of intimidation in unstable regions. In Kabul, some voters aimed to oust incumbents, while others appeared to want to cast ballots more than once.
09/18/2010 05:19 pm
US officials initially had concerns about Karzai’s peace jirga, which is taking place in Kabul, Afghanistan. But with no Taliban representation at the event, the US shifted its stance.
06/02/2010 07:02 pm