Pakistani opposition leaders criticized the government's decision to postpone parliamentary elections, a move they believe will benefit the ruling party, but said that they would still participate. Journalists discuss how the decision may impact the region's stability.
In the aftermath of the death of political opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan faces new turmoil and the United States faces tough choices in its policies toward the South Asian nation. Policy experts examine the ramifications of Bhutto's death on…
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