Barack Obama has clearly decided to cut his losses in Afghanistan. Will all hell break lose when he does?
Obama can't shirk the difficult issues when he meets with Karzai this week.
The death of Mullah Nazir exposes why Pakistan's love affair with jihadis is likely to end in tears.
Haunting photos of a year in the life of the war America is still fighting.
From Turkey to Congo, next year's wars threaten global stability.
Bangladeshis want a reckoning with their bloody past. But they can do it without partisanship?
The United States is ready to start talking to the Taliban about a peace deal again. But nothing's going to happen without Pakistan.
The strange list of Indian products you can't import in Pakistan.
The bipartisan consensus in Washington about expanding ties with India may be good for New Delhi, but it's turned the election into a snoozer.
If the United States wants to curb terrorism and nuclear proliferation, it needs to fundamentally rethink its relationship with Pakistan.
Five other dangers that deserve our immediate attention.
Why can't Pakistanis condemn the Taliban for shooting a 14-year-old girl?
A tour of 35 towns throughout the country in an investigation of civil society's capacity to counter Talibanization.
Three scary questions that keep Pakistanis up at night.
Why the Muslim world hasn't warmed toward America over the past four years.
Pakistan's terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad idea to develop battlefield nukes.
AQ Khan, the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb and the worst nuclear proliferator in history, is launching a new political movement. His goal? No less than to become Pakistan's Nelson Mandela.
The worst nuclear proliferator in history sounds off on his political ambitions.
Snapshots from a time when the cinemas were packed and the booze flowed.
U.S. and Indian officials say weeks of interrogating Zabiuddin Ansari yielded new evidence that Pakistani intelligence officers helped plan and direct the 2008 terror onslaught that cost six Americans and 160 others their lives.
The United States isn't the only country where judges aren't exactly above the political fray.