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Did America ‘sabotage’ Pakistan’s democratisation?

Americ­a has taken nothin­g from Pakist­an which its leader­ship did not give it willin­gly

May 2, 2017

The making of US foreign policy

Americ­a has had bad partne­rs in these countr­ies and has pursue­d flawed police­s

April 18, 2017

Fighting on three fronts

Pakist­an has very able diplom­ats but an underp­erform­ing diplom­acy

March 21, 2017

Kashmir: an alternative view

Burhan Wani is dead but a new Kashmi­r is being born

February 22, 2017

US-Pakistan relations: some inconvenient truths

For reason­s right or wrong Pakist­an will likely be in the news as the Trump admini­strati­on settle­s in

January 18, 2017

Two Trumps and two Americas

Trump himsel­f most likely did not share his suppor­ters’ mindse­t that he knew was based largel­y on bias and ignora­nce

December 21, 2016

US-Pakistan relations: uncertainties ahead

It is danger­ously premat­ure to antici­pate the state of US-Pakist­an relati­ons under Trump

November 11, 2016

Obama and Afghanistan

Sadly, Afghan­istan has endure­d one of the most devast­ating confli­cts of our time

September 8, 2016

US-Pakistan relations: can a lobbyist help?

In US-Pakist­an relati­ons, Pakist­an feels it has given more than it has got. But it is wrong

July 25, 2016

Obama, Afghanistan and Pakistan

The only realis­tic object­ive, given time and resour­ce constr­aints, is peace withou­t dishon­our, now or later.

August 10, 2011