A variety of shared geopolitical interests will bring New Delhi and Washington closer together in the year to come.
Millions of Pakistanis will head to the polls on July 25 to elect a new government, braving a wave of election-related violence across the country.
President Trump has ruled out negotiations with the Taliban just as a BBC study revealed the militant group’s sprawling presence over large swathes of Afghanistan.
President Trump has one of the United States’ most dysfunctional relationships in his crosshairs.
The latest political tensions in Pakistan, which could see key members of government ousted, threaten to unravel President Obama's Afghan strategy before it even has the chance to take root.
Given the recent tripling of U.S. aid to Pakistan without any pre-conditions, Islamabad’s habit of funneling counter-insurgency funds toward the purchase of conventional weapons is likely to continue.
The cohesion of the Pakistani state has faced many challenges in the past decade, but none as grave as the threat posed by the radicalization of its North-West Frontier Province (NWFP).