Democracy in Pakistan Might Bring Tension with Washington

Newly elected politicians want to end extremism, not use it as bait for US funding
Husain Haqqani
February 22, 2008

A New Day for a Divided Peninsula

Seoul’s president-elect vows tough new line on the North
Shim Jae Hoon
January 16, 2008

Developing Countries Worse Off Than Once Thought – Part II

Perhaps the World Bank should stop helping those unwilling to help themselves
Devesh Kapur
February 13, 2008

American Special Forces in Pakistan: Back to the Future?

Encouraged by Iraqi experience, the US is poised to get more involved in Pakistan
Paula R. Newberg
November 21, 2007

An Empowered Middle East – Part II

Reduced violence in Iraq could allow the US a graceful exit and reduce antagonism with Iran
Humphrey Hawksley
January 14, 2008

Crouching Alliance, Hidden Angst?

Rumors of a Sino-Russian military alliance have been exaggerated
Yu Bin
October 10, 2007