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US-Pakistan deal on Osama Bin Laden: "Too much to absorb" says expert

The story by investigative journalist, Seymour Hersh which points at a deal between the US and Pakistan on Osama Bin Laden has opened up the Pandora’s box. 26 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

New York Times and Pakistan's Double Game

New York Times editorials are usually a reliable guide to ruling class opinion in the United States. They don’t always echo government pronouncements and there is often disagreement with official government policies. 618 more words

US, Pakistan to intensify fight against terror

Islamabad – The US and Pakistan have vowed to intensify a crackdown on militants hiding in lawless border areas, as top diplomat John Kerry urged renewed peace talks with India to strengthen regional stability. 710 more words


U.S.-Pakistan ties: Challenges ahead

2014 will be a critical year for Afghanistan and for the region as a whole. The triangulation of interests of the United States, Pakistan and India over Afghanistan, the dynamics of India-Pakistan relations, and the complexities of the US.-Pakistan ties have an important role to play in shaping the regional security scenario. 52 more words

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Pak-US: After American Aid Freeze 16. Dec, 2011

What will happen if they cut off aid? This is THE Question by Pakistanis in this difficult times of Pak – US relations when US house of representative passed a legislation to freeze 700 million dollar aid to Pakistan. 126 more words


US, Pakistan work on clearing trade hurdles second US-Pakistan business opportunities conference in Dubai,

ISLAMABAD: Senior government officials and diplomats, who participated in the second US-Pakistan business opportunities conference in Dubai, have high hopes that there will be a positive outcome and the two sides will make quick progress on removing tariff barriers and other obstacles that… 19 more words