Pakistan's new prime minister won't fix the economy and is constrained on foreign policy.
A detente with India serves U.S. interests, even if Islamabad and Washington drift further apart in the process.
Pakistan's democratic milestone needs to be followed up by getting control of the national-security state.
Pakistan's new man on top inherits a country wracked by crisis.
Ballots fight bombs—real and ideological—for dominance.
This was the first Pakistani government to serve a full term, but there's no great cause for optimism.
The chances of limits or reductions are remote.
Policymakers need to be mindful of their impact on America's reputation.
Bringing the judiciary into the targeted killing process might address some concerns, but it would also continue institutionalizing assassination.
A Department of Justice memo asserts that the executive branch can unilaterally order U.S. citizens murdered without so much as a criminal charge.
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