U.S. President Obama meets with Presidents of Afghanistan and Pakistan in Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) meets with Presidents of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai (L) and President of Pakistan Asif Zardari in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington on May 6, 2009. (UPI Photo/Dennis Brack/Pool)
Tens of millions Pakistanis will vote, marking the first time in Pakistan's history that an elected civilian government and will be replaced democratically.
“Why the U.S.-Pakistani Alliance Isn’t Worth the Trouble,” says former Pakistani Ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani.
Dozens of Pakistani Hindus on pilgrimage to India said they have no intention of returning to Pakistan and may seek refugee status.
Pakistani President Asif Zardari acted Sunday to give constitutional protection to decisions made by Yousuf Raza Gilani before his ouster as prime minister.
NATO is crucial to the security and stability of its members. If not now, sometime soon, that case must be made otherwise NATO risks becoming a relic.
A former Pakistani intelligence chief denied that a coup was planned against the government.
A former Pakistani diplomat said illness prevents him from appearing before a special panel investigating the memo scandal that led to his resignation.
As long as government remains broken and destructive in the United States, political change is inevitable.
A travel ban on Husain Haqqani, the former Pakistani ambassador to the United States, has been lifted by Pakistan's Supreme Court.
Pakistan's political forces were at loggerheads Sunday, the day before a scheduled confidence vote in Parliament.
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