From "American Idol" to "Afghan Star," art and entertainment can be powerful tools for cultural exchange. That's the argument in the recent report, "A New Way Forward," which calls for the utilization of the arts to build a better relationship…
Militants on Thursday carried out a fifth major attack in 10 days in Pakistan -- a coordinated assault on three law enforcement centers in Lahore, the country's second-most-populous city.
A deadly blast ripped through a market in the restive Swat Valley on Monday, continuing a wave of attacks over the past week across Pakistan.
A large car bomb exploded Thursday morning next to India's Embassy in the center of Afghanistan's capital Kabul, killing 17 people and wounding more than 80.
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Wednesday that a U.S. aid bill that would provide $1.5 billion per year for five years to Pakistan was critical to the country's efforts to fight terrorism.
By Molly Finnegan
Five people were killed in Islamabad Monday, when a suicide bomber dressed in a military uniform detonated an explosive in the lobby of the U.N.'s World Food Program Pakistan headquarters.
A new show at the Asia Society entitled Hanging Fire -- which refers to an idiom meaning "to delay decision" -- is the first U.S. museum exhibit to focus on contemporary art in Pakistan, and an attempt to alter the…
As the number of U.S. troops and casualties rise in Afghanistan and the popularity for the war declines, lawmakers and military strategists are beginning to wonder whether America has the right strategy in the conflict.
The top U.S. and NATO commander says the Taliban have advanced out of strongholds in Afghanistan's south and east, gaining the upper hand as they moved into the north and west, according to a Wall Street Journal interview published Monday.
A drone-fired missile appears to have killed a top Taliban commander in Pakistan, both U.S. officials and militants believe.
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