by Shuja Nawaz
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December 3, 2008 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is in India on Wednesday. The trip is part of the U.S. government's attempt to help ease tensions between India and neighboring Pakistan following last week's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, which left at least 171 dead and hundreds injured. A roundtable of people with ties to the region discusses the attacks and what it means that the terrorists may be tied to a militant Islamist group based in Pakistan.
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August 18, 2008 Pervez Musharraf has resigned as Pakistan's president under threat of impeachment. It may be the final act in a long confrontation between Musharraf and the political opposition that has accused him of illegally seizing power and mishandling the country's economy. Shuja Nawaz, a Pakistani journalist and author, explains issues facing that nation's government.
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