There are reportedly disagreements between the United States and some of its key allies on whether Iran is, in fact, designing a warhead. David Sanger of The New York Times shares his thoughts on this debate.
All Posts Tagged With: "David Sanger"
In a sign that efforts to root out militants in Afghanistan and Pakistan may be making headway, American officials say members of al-Qaeda are beginning to flee the region, heading for places like Somalia and Yemen. David Sanger of the New York Times discusses how these al-Qaeda members might be caught.
Pakistan faces the spread of Taliban insurgency, but continues to conceal details about the location of its nuclear facilities. David Sanger of The New York Times explains U.S. concerns about Pakistan's nuclear arsenal.
To get Iran to come to the negotiating table for talks on its nuclear program, the United States is proposing a shift in strategy, including possibly dropping the requirement that Tehran shut down its nuclear facilities during the early phases of negotiations. David Sanger of The New York Times discusses the implications of this potential shift in U.S. policy.
David Sanger of The New York Times discusses the Obama administration's possible expansion of American missile attacks in Pakistan and whether this could further destabilize the Pakistani government.