Imran Khan’s US Conspiracy Theory: A Close Examination
By Krzysztof Iwanek
Khan has not provided any evidence that Americans toppled his government; meanwhile, the Pakistan opposition has been agitating for a no-confidence vote for months.
Pakistan in Political Turmoil as PM Imran Khan Dissolves Parliament
By Kathy Gannon and Munir Ahmed
The political drama has moved now to the Supreme Court, which must rule on the legality of Khan's decision.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Takes on the West
By Umair Jamal
Imran’s Khan’s tirade against the U.S. comes at a time when he is facing serious political challenges at home.
Will Imran Khan Grant the US Access to Pakistani Airspace Again?
By Niha Dagia
Should the prime minister do so, he would be contradicting his years-long anti-war, anti-U.S. political rhetoric.
Opportunities Open Up For Reset in US-India-Pakistan Relations
By Don McLain Gill
India can expect to maximize its relations with the U.S. without worrying about the Pakistan factor.
International Pressure Continues to Mount on Pakistan
By Shawn Snow
Members of U.S. Congress, a general, and an Afghan ambassador are the latest to accuse Pakistan of sponsoring terror.
Is Pakistan Facing Growing International Isolation?
By Shawn Snow
A growing chorus of states, from the United States to China, appears to be shifting away from Islamabad.
US Approves Sale of 8 F-16 Block 52 Fighters to Pakistan
By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Department of Defense has approved the sale of 8 F-16 Block 52 fighters to Pakistan.