U.S.-Pakistan security relations
April 20, 2023
The Case for Bringing Pakistan Into the US Indo-Pacific Strategy
By Ali Malik
As it stands, the IPS is too heavily focused on the Pacific. Adding Pakistan to the fold would bolster its ability to address Beijing’s strategic advances in the Indian Ocean.
December 03, 2022
US Sanctions Leaders of Anti-Pakistan Terrorist Groups
By Associated Press
The State Department added four leaders of TTP and al-Qaida in the Indian Subcontinent to its list of "Specially Designated Global Terrorists."
May 07, 2022
Anti-Americanism in Pakistan
By Uzair Sattar
Imran Khan’s narrative of conspiracy and regime change is a symptom, not a cause, of anti-American sentiments in Pakistan.
September 14, 2021
The US Can’t Blame Pakistan for Its Failure in Afghanistan
By Khawaja Akbar
Pakistan was a factor but by no means the most significant one in the Taliban’s rapid takeover.
June 10, 2021
Don’t Expect Pakistan to Host US Military Bases
By Syed Ali Zia Jaffery
As Washington looks for options post-Afghanistan withdrawal, Islamabad isn’t going to roll out the red carpet.
March 20, 2021
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.
September 27, 2018
Pakistan’s Catch-22 Moment
By Daud Khattak
Is Pakistan really ready to cut the cord with the United States?
November 17, 2015
Pakistan's General Raheel Sharif Goes to Washington: Déjà Vu All Over Again
By Michael Kugelman
As Raheel Sharif visits the United States, it's worth taking stock of how little has changed in U.S.-Pakistan relations.
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