India, Pakistan in U.N. Court for Jadhav Case
Iran General Claims Pakistan Backs Jaish al-Adl
India Mourns Dead Soldiers Amid Calls for Revenge
Attack on Soldiers in India-administered Kashmir
Cash-Strapped Pakistan to Host Saudi Crown Prince
Pakistan Announces ‘Massive’ Social Media Crackdown
Taliban Announce Talks With U.S. in Islamabad
He tried to pull the plug on Pakistan’s nuclear bomb program. His career blew up instead.
Theoretical physicist Riazuddin died in September. Pity no one noticed.
China sets up checkpoints to monitor veiled women, bearded men.
Can the U.S. rein in China’s voracious theft of secrets online?
Three decades of war in Afghanistan has created compelling voices.
Pakistani Taliban consider ‘wealth of a Muslim as sacred as his life.’
The tragicomic results of Pakistan’s ambivalence toward the U.S. drone program.
Sheikh Nazim’s quiet crusade.
The West worries about jihadists homebound from Syria.
Glenn Greenwald, the journalist behind the NSA scandal, talks spies, surveillance, and his next bombshell.
How Big Oil is fleecing U.S. taxpayers.
Noreena Hertz, darling of the anti-globalization set, is looking to shake up the expertise industry.
Can radio turn the tide in Syria?
How will history judge Benazir Bhutto’s widower’s presidency?
More and more women are finding their true calling—as suicide bombers.
A high-level fighter accuses his fellow militants of going soft—and engineers a schism that could have major consequences for Afghanistan.
Tzipi Livni still thinks peace is possible in Israel and Palestine. She’s about to get her chance to prove it.
For migrants seeking a better life, Greece can be cruelly inhospitable.
A generation of girls fought in Liberia’s brutal wars. What they tell their own children about the past will inform the country’s future.
An innovative program sought to transform the U.S. Army from within. Then reality intervened.