Selig S. Harrison is director of the Asia Program at the Center for International Policy.
From the bin Laden raid to the deadly drone strikes, Washington's actions are enraging Islamabad.
Will Libya remain a state?
If Pakistan doesn't step in, those responsible for the Mumbai attacks will bring their jihad to America.
Jimmy Carter convinced Kim Il Sung to freeze his nuclear weapons program. Maybe he'll have the same luck with Kim Jung Il.
North Korea and Iran criticize Qaddafi's "mistakes"; cling tightly to their nuclear weapons programs.
How to get the two most suspicious armies on the planet to give up some weapons.
Washington is being replaced as Islamabad's paramour du jour. More war for South Asia.
The drone strike strategy has failed. Radicalization cometh.
North Koreans are starving. A peacemaker was just appointed Deputy Prime Minister. Now is the time to tackle Pyonyang's thirty-six-missiles-strong-and-counting nuclear arsenal.
Funded by the Americans? Really bad idea.
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