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.
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Iran Pushes for Gas Line Through Pakistan, India

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Ex-Army Engineer, 84, Faces Espionage Charges

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Army Engineer Accused of Spying for Israel

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Re-Examining U.S. Relationship with Iraq's Premier

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Seoul, Pyongyang Resume Adversarial Roles

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U.S. Uneasy with Pakistan's New Direction

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U.S. Works to Tighten Military Ties with Pakistan

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New Iran Sanctions Affect Civilian, Military Goods

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Fear of Violence Marks Pakistani Elections

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Pakistan Vote Comes in Shadow of Violence, Military

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Pakistanis Fear Vote Will Be Rigged

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Pakistan Rebuffs Access to Detained U.S. Doctor

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Musharraf's Popularity Dives Ahead of Election

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Violence Flares in Pakistan as Mullen Visits for Talks

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