By James Jay Carafano | 12/01/13 03:56 PM
Jalaluddin Haqqani left a horrible legacy before he gave up active leadership of the Pakistan-based network of Islamist extremists he founded. Haqqani believed Muslims across the world had a duty to “offer themselves” to the cause of fighting the Russians in Afghanistan. And many answered...
By Michael Barone | 11/27/13 01:31 PM
Not many foreign policy experts would argue with the proposition that the country with which the United States has the most problematic relationship is Pakistan. Most Americans, when they have thought about it, have taken a similar view since Osama bin Laden was killed in a raid by Navy SEAL...
By James Jay Carafano | 11/08/13 06:54 AM
America is already fighting in cyberspace. Look for more, not fewer, engagements in the years ahead. But the Pentagon should worry less about a cyber Pearl Harbor and more about losing the daily slog in the cyber-trenches. The cyber threat is a serious national security issue. Indeed, it’s a...
By Associated Press | 10/30/13 04:12 PM
ISLAMABAD (AP) — The Pakistani government said Wednesday that 3 percent of 2,227 people killed in U.S. drone strikes since 2008 were civilians, a surprisingly low figure that sparked criticism from groups that have investigated death tolls from the attacks. The number, which was provided by...
10/29/13 07:14 AM
(www.nytimes.com) Afghanistan’s attempt to gain leverage over Pakistan by cultivating an alliance with the Pakistan Taliban was discovered by the United States, which raided a convoy carrying a senior militant in the latest flash point between the nations.
10/28/13 12:19 PM
(www.washingtonpost.com) For years, Pakistani officials have denounced the program, but CIA documents and diplomatic memos reveal how classified briefings on the U.S. program became routine.
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