The Misunderstood History of Pakistan-US Relations
By Touqir Hussain
Pakistan has sometimes been important to the U.S., sometimes not. Understanding the shifts of the past can help Islamabad plan for the future.
How the Cold War Shaped Bangladesh’s Liberation War
By Shah Tazrian Ashrafi
The 1971 war served as a perfect ground for the age-old India-Pakistan hostility to play out, it also attracted the attention of the Cold War’s key players.
US Assistance to Pakistan Set to Fall to Lowest Level Since 2007
By Ankit Panda
The decline in U.S. assistance isn't surprising given broader regional geopolitical trends and alignments.