Entries from Need to Know tagged with 'Pakistan'
Want to understand Pakistan's challenges? Don't look at the Swat Valley. Look at the lawyers' movement.
The political stars are finally aligned for India and Pakistan to end this conflict.
He needs a bold course change before his upcoming U.S. visit if he wants to resurrect his country. Here's how.
Reinstating Pakistan's judges is a good start. Here's what's needed to make that kind of change last.
Stop throwing money at Pakistan. Start encouraging it to fight its own war.
Pakistan looks to the world to bail it out of its turmoil - but it must clean up its own house first.
Even as the civilian death toll of the Mumbai attacks climbs, fallout from these terrorist actions threatens thawing relations between India and Pakistan.
Pakistan's next leader could learn a few things from his predecessor's failures.
With Musharraf's impending departure, Pakistan's woes are only beginning.
Even without Musharraf, Pakistan may have fallen too far to recover anytime soon.
Uniting Pakistan the military state and Pakistan the nascent democracy is our generation’s calling.
Want to help Pakistan? Then leave us alone.
Picture this: A terrifying new report is delivered to the U.S. President. It states starkly that al-Qaeda is in the last stages of preparing to attack the United States. But the response is…nothing. The President takes no action, and the...
Four critically-needed changes to America's policy in Pakistan could help heal the relationship. Will we make them?
It’s likely no one winner will emerge in Pakistan’s Monday elections – and that’s a good thing.
Scotland Yard’s probe into Bhutto’s assassination failed to bring important answers – but it does raise important questions.
It’s high time India and Pakistan learned to share.
The three major paradoxes of Pakistan’s relationship with America.
A new study says Pakistanis want a larger role for both Islam and democracy. The U.S. must respect both.
Pakistan much acknowledge more openly that it can’t solve terrorism on its own.