Oh what a feeling it is to step outside of Pakistan and actually feel welcome.
The real damage Wikileaks may have caused is the greater friction it has created between the army and the civilian set-up.
Abdus Salam Zaeef’s book is an unrepentant Talib’s defence of the Taliban movement, but it contains some invaluable home truths for the Pakistani and US government’s consumption.
Three intrepid women journalists travel alone across a country rumoured to be infested with rapists, militants and kidnappers and come back unscathed to tell the tale of the wondrous sights their country has to offer.
Multiple investigations and millions of dollars later, Pakistanis still are no closer to determining who really conceived and ordered the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.
Both the US and Pakistan agree that an operation against North Waziristan is necessary, but the Pakistani army would like to decide the timing and the strategy of the offensive.
After a brief lull, militants sow terror in the heart of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa once again.
Will the 18th Amendment usher in a new phase in the chequered history of Pakistan?
Did the Pak-US strategic dialogue in Washington score any major victories for Pakistan?
While the US has not opposed Hekmatyar’s peace negotiations with the Karzai government, they are well aware that it’s a deal with the Taliban, not the Hezb-i-Islami, that will end the war.