Shuja Nawaz

  • November 28, 2011  

    Outrage blazed in Pakistan Monday over a deadly NATO cross-border air raid from Afghanistan. Judy Woodruff discusses the escalating tensions between the United States and Pakistan, who maintain an oft-strained alliance, with Shuja Nawaz of The Atlantic Council and Stephen Cohen of The Brookings Institution. Continue reading

  • May 5, 2011  

    After a U.S. raid killed Osama bin Laden, questions are being raised about what Pakistan knew about the al-Qaida leader’s location. Judy Woodruff examines how his discovery will impact U.S.-Pakistani relations with Shuja Nawaz, who has written frequently on Pakistan’s military, and former CIA station chief Robert Grenier. Continue reading

  • April 12, 2011  

    Longtime anti-terrorism ally Pakistan demanded the U.S. limit covert activities inside the country. The escalating war of words comes after U.S. drone strikes killed 40 civilians and a CIA contractor who killed two Pakistanis was released. Gwen Ifill discusses the strained relations with the Atlantic Council’s Shuja Nawaz. Continue reading

  • December 17, 2010  

    Though a longtime U.S. ally, Pakistan has been accused of harboring extremists within its borders, complicating U.S.-led efforts in neighboring Afghanistan. Margaret Warner discusses the complex alliance with Shuja Nawaz of the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center and Christine Fair of Georgetown University. Continue reading