May 2, 2012 The legacy of the terrorist leader in Pakistan is mixed. Overall, support for his al-Qaida movement is down, according to opinion polls, but he remains a revered figure among militants. And the U.S. raid that killed him is still a source of friction between the U.S. and Pakistan.
April 19, 2012 It's been years since shots were fired on the Siachen glacier, where troops from Pakistan and India face off. Still, both countries devote considerable resources and often pay high costs — a point driven home by the deaths of 140 Pakistanis in an avalanche.
January 19, 2012 Yusef Reza Gilani defended himself against contempt charges. The fact that he showed up, said one justice, made it a "great day" for Pakistan.
December 22, 2011 The U.S. is trying diplomatic damage control since American forces were involved in a border shooting that left two dozen Pakistani troops dead last month. But in a relationship that was already deeply troubled, Pakistani leaders do not want to be seen cooperating with the U.S.
November 9, 2011 In Pakistan, kidnapping is said to be part of the culture stretching back generations as a means to settle scores, extract favors or make money. But a series of high-profile, unsolved abductions in Lahore reveal a more sinister turn in the kidnapping enterprise.
November 2, 2011 The move is being viewed as a positive first step toward the possible normalization of diplomatic relations between the two nuclear rivals.