The latest Discord leaks reveal how India and Pakistan are trying to maneuver amid the Russia-Ukraine war and growing U.S.-China competition.
While Pakistan is unlikely to recognize Israel any time soon, there are clearly efforts by powerful forces in the country to test the waters.
While Trump and Khan share much in common, there’s one huge difference between the two: Khan is actually the target of the Deep State.
Pakistan, along with Azerbaijan, is among the few non-Western countries arming Ukraine in its defense against the Russian invasion.
The Summit for Democracy falsely divides the world into two camps: autocracies led by China and Russia and democracies led by the United States.
A majority of Pakistanis view ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan favorably and his opponents, including Nawaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, unfavorably.
In a surprise for Egypt and Pakistan, Gulf Arab states are signaling that the days of aid without expectations of reform are coming to an end.
India has told Pakistan it wants to modify the Indus Waters Treaty, which regulates use of the shared river — an escalation of a long dispute.
Dollar-strapped Pakistan says it’ll buy Russian oil using the currency of a “friendly country.” That may be good news for the petroyuan.
As China’s Belt and Road Initiative wanes, its neighbors Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, and Pakistan seek financing for rail projects they cannot afford.