The CIA-ISI spy war is an ongoing saga.
As collateral damage keeps mounting in America’s often misdirected drone attacks in Waziristan, the Pakistan military may be forced to take action of its own.
If the US and the UK are our true friends, then they have to help implement truly beneficial socio-economic measures in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Most Pakistanis are not aware of the depth and scope of the current Pak-American relationship. As such, it should be scarcely surprising if our American allies feel slightly bemused when they hear the sounds of Pakistani patriotism on the loose.
Can drone attacks really help the US win the war against Al-Qaeda?
Two anthologies of South Asian Voices trace the problems plaguing the region in an attempt to recast South Asia in a new image.
The Scorpion’s Tail is a well-argued plea for a critical appraisal of the current efforts to defeat and eliminate Al-Qaeda and Taliban forces.
Zahid Hussain’s new book is a hair-raising account of the ground realities in the war against terror and a lucid examination of what the US and Pakistan fear.
Contrary to claims, the latest US-Pak dialogue was yet another case of Pakistan being talked at, rather than talked to.
If not the nationalist militants, who is behind the recent surge in the arson attacks on NATO tankers and trailers carrying food and fuel to Afghanistan?