Feiz Muhammad: One Lead for the Boston Bombing
The sermons of Feiz Muhammad could have played a part in motivating the Boston bombings.
Should the U.S. and Pakistan Get 'Divorced?'
Pakistan’s former U.S. Ambassador says its time to give up the “magnificent delusion” of an alliance.
U.S.-Pakistan Ties on the Brink
A year after Osama bin Laden’s death, U.S.-Pakistan relations have tumbled still further. Can ties be rebuilt?
Are Drone Strikes in Pakistan Legal?
Are U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan legal? If conducted under certain parameters then they probably are.
Will Drones Go Nuclear?
U.S. scientists have been investigating a new generation of nuclear-powered drones. It’s a controversial idea.
The Cultural Purity Brigade
The controversy over Vishwa Hindu Parishad and a movie about Osama bin Laden undermines Indian democracy.
MAD or MADE?
The United States and China won’t go to war. Mutually Assured Destruction of Economy is the reason.
Obama’s Special Forces Fascination
Barack Obama’s attraction to unconventional operations has perhaps only been rivaled by John F. Kennedy. But plans for a floating base have their limits.
Fact Checking Obama
Was Barack Obama upfront in his State of the Union address last night? The New York Times takes a look.
Obama: America is Back
America is back – anyone that tells you otherwise…doesn’t know what they are talking about, Obama says.
Mullah Omar: Last Man Standing
Osama bin Laden is dead, but his close ally and Taliban chief Mullah Omar still complicates the future of Afghanistan.
How Pakistan Kids Itself on China
Pakistani policymakers are wrong if they think Beijing will bankroll a break with Washington. China has no interest in pushing India into U.S. arms.