All Posts Tagged With: "Pakistan"

U.S.-Pakistan strategic dialogue promotes mutual goals

S. Azmat Hassan (blog)

U.S.-Pakistan strategic dialogue promotes mutual goals

Blogger S. Azmat Hassan analyzes the recent policy talks between U.S. and Pakistani officials. He explains that, as is often the case between a superpower and a much weaker country, the relationship brightens up when the former needs the latter in some capacity. But, it reverts to the doldrums when that requirement subsides.

Posted: March 29, 2010 12:23   Comments: 3
Suicide attacks remain potent tool for Pakistani Taliban

S. Azmat Hassan (blog)

Suicide attacks remain potent tool for Pakistani Taliban

The recent suicide bombings in the heart of Pakistan’s cultural capital of Lahore demonstrate the continuing ability of the Pakistani Taliban to spread death, destruction and fear amongst soldiers and civilians alike, writes blogger S. Azmat Hassan.

Posted: March 23, 2010 13:01   Comments: 2
Growing Indian influence in Afghanistan alarms Pakistan

S. Azmat Hassan (blog)

Growing Indian influence in Afghanistan alarms Pakistan

India, seizing on Afghanistan’s travails, has pumped in over a billion dollars toward improving Afghanistan’s economic and social infrastructure. On the face of it, this magnanimity should be considered a praiseworthy gesture. But Worldfocus blogger S. Azmat Hassan writes how the U.S. needs to help fix Indo-Pak relations.

Posted: March 18, 2010 15:39   Comments: 18
Bloody attacks by Islamic militants rock Pakistan

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Bloody attacks by Islamic militants rock Pakistan

In Pakistan, a series of deadly bombings shatter a period of relative clam that also saw the capture of several high-level Taliban officials. For more, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Ahmad Kamal, and Hashem Ahelbarra of Al Jazeera English reports from the Swat Valley.

Posted: March 12, 2010 16:51   Comments: 1
Week in Review: Afghanistan and Pakistan

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Week in Review: Afghanistan and Pakistan

There was a major blow to the Taliban with the arrests of three senior leaders in Pakistan, including the number-two Afghan Taliban official. While this was a victory for U.S. and Pakistani intelligence, it was also a reminder of how the Taliban have used Pakistan as a base. Joining Daljit Dhaliwal to talk about the Marjah offensive and more are Gideon Rose and Susan Chira.

Posted: February 19, 2010 15:53   Comments: 5
U.S., Pakistan reap benefits of cooperation against Taliban

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U.S., Pakistan reap benefits of cooperation against Taliban

Mullah Baradar is the most senior member of the Taliban captured in the eight-year war against the movement. The joint raid conducted by U.S. and Pakistani forces suggests a change in tactics by Pakistan's ISI. For years the intelligence service was reluctant to target the Taliban. Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Hassan Abbas for more.

Posted: February 16, 2010 16:08   Comments: 2
Drone war forces resurgent al-Qaeda to rely on franchises

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Drone war forces resurgent al-Qaeda to rely on franchises

The drone war in northwest Pakistan has brought attention to the attenuated al-Qaeda core that moved from Afghanistan in late 2001. But two events in December -- a failed Christmas Day bombing and an attack on CIA operatives in Afghanistan -- have led analysts to re-assess al-Qaeda's perceived decline. Worldfocus takes a look at the organization's evolution.

Posted: February 16, 2010 13:04   Comments: 5
Afghan Taliban military leader captured in Karachi

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Afghan Taliban military leader captured in Karachi

Pakistani and American agents recently captured the second-in-command of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar. Hailed as a major victory in the war in Afghanistan, last week's raid was revealed today by the New York Times. Zeina Khodr of Al Jazeera English has more on the latest news.

Posted: February 16, 2010 11:44   Comments: 16
Drones continue to eliminate major foes in NW Pakistan

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Drones continue to eliminate major foes in NW Pakistan

This week, Pakistani Taliban finally confirmed what the Pakistani army had claimed many days ago -- that Hakimullah Mehsud was killed last month by U.S. drones. While there are conflicting reports about which strike dealt Mehsud the mortal blow, the Pakistani Taliban are leaderless for the second time in six months. Read how commentators are assessing the drone war.

Posted: February 12, 2010 13:40   Comments: 4
Pakistani comedian has last laugh on politicians

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Pakistani comedian has last laugh on politicians

It might seem as though Pakistanis have little to laugh about. But as Alan Fisher of Worldfocus partner Al Jazeera English discovered when he visited comedian Saad Haroon's standup show in a tent outside Islamabad, political comedy is alive and well in the South Asian nation.

Posted: January 26, 2010 11:11   Comments: 3
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