The end game in Afghanistan becomes increasingly tortuous, so the world waits with bated breath on who is going to be Pakistan's next army chief.
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Pakistanis hate these presidential antics. They do not want military rule either.
There has been talk -- and some action -- of starting a military operation in Karachi to root out the miscreants. Pakistan Rangers, a paramilitary for...
One of the most disturbing aspects of the revelations contained in WikiLeaks is the picture it paints of the behavior of Pakistan.
While the Pakistani establishment is always eager to draw comparisons with India, they rebuff any such attempt when it comes to railways.
Ethnic tensions and their political implications have provided the Taliban and Al-Qaeda with a safe haven in Karachi. The most volatile city of Pakistan has failed to meld into a coherent and stable environment.
Pakistanis have been bearing the brunt of their leadership's screw-ups for decades and the aughts were no different.
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