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Coping with the Virus

Though it took time to gel into specifics, the response has been comprehensive and robust. The various measures are being constantly reviewed and fine-tuned based on solicited feedback and close monitoring of the situation. There is criticism—too little too late, skepticism over implementation capacity

Joint gains from Afghan peace

By MK Bhadrakumar INDIA lost no time to welcome the Afghan government’s call on February 28 “to armed groups to cease violence and join national...

FATF move ‘unjust’, Trump aide told

Just days after the United States successfully managed to win the support of Financial Action Task Force (FATF) against Pakistan, a senior aide of...

Mixed Messages From U.S. as Turkey Attacks Syrian Kurds

By MARK LANDLER, CARLOTTA GALL and ERIC SCHMITT The White House sent out a message aimed at mollifying Turkey’s president on Tuesday, suggesting that the United States was easing...

Tweets and consequences

By Munir Akram THE insult contained in President Trump’s new year tweet accusing Pakistan of “lies and deceit” was followed by announcement of the injury...

Trump, the EU, and Iran Policy: Multiple Pathways Ahead

With U.S. President Donald Trump now in office, the campaign rhetoric that created anxiety and uncertainty around the globe is giving way to actual...

Saudis Bankroll Taliban, Even as King Officially Supports Afghan Government

By CARLOTTA GALL Fifteen years, half a trillion dollars and 150,000 lives since going to war, the United States is trying to extricate itself from...

Mahathir-Anwar handshake: Patching up for a shake-up?

On Monday, Malaysia's former prime minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, turned up at the High Court for Anwar Ibrahim's filing of an interim injunction...