Jackie Northam Jackie Northam is NPR's International Affairs Correspondent. She is a veteran journalist who has spent three decades reporting on conflict, politics, and life across the globe.
Pakistan Rebuffs Plans to Team with U.S. Forces
Pakistani Forces Target Pro-Taliban Fighters
New Pakistani Army Chief Quietly Takes Charge
With Musharraf Away, Opposition Grows in Pakistan
Pakistani Military Launches Strikes
A Closer Look at Musharraf, U.S. Ally Against Terror
NPR's Jackie Northam reports on the inquiries into Bhutto's death on 'Weekend Edition Sunday'
Who Killed Bhutto? Jackie Northam on All Things Considered
U.S. Policy on Pakistan in Disarray
U.S. Policy Must Shift in Bhutto's Absence
U.S. Wants NATO to Step Up in Afghanistan
A Dark Side to New Pakistan Army Chief
Pakistan's Taliban Militants Make New Inroads
Musharraf Sworn In, Promises to Lift Emergency
Pakistani Politics Long Dominated By Same 3 Faces