In the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks, attention has increasingly focused on Pakistan and the troubling, if opaque, links between its military intelligence apparatus and Islamic terrorist groups. But despite the very real risk of a widening of the regional war already underway in Afghanistan, the problems emanating from Pakistani soil defy military solutions. In a WPR Spotlight, we examine The Pakistan Problem.
In Four Countries' Relations Will Decide Region's Future, David Axe examines the complicated dynamics at play between Pakistan, its two neighbors, India and Afghanistan, and the United States.
In Advisers' Views Provide Clues to Obama Approach Seth McLaughlin follows the paper trail of President-elect Baraclk Obama's Pakistan adviser for clues on American policy moving forward.