Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, the head of Pakistan’s military, unveiled two domestically-developed surveillance drones on Monday at a ceremony in Rawalpindi (AP, Post). According to a press release, the development of the unmanned …
They include Pakistan’s opposition to U.S. drone strikes on its territory, and Washington’s allegations that Islamabad condones, or even assists, anti-American militants. In her statement, Clinton said the supply lines agreement “is a …
On Oct. 23, the day of Sharif’s scheduled meeting with his host, The Washington Post ran a story with the headline “Secret memos reveal explicit nature of U.S., Pakistan agreement on drones.” Obviously, by leaking the information …
The Obama administration’s special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Marc Grossman, left the Pakistani capital Friday night with no agreement after two days ... even though they demanded an end to U.S. drone strikes, which the U.S. …
“These operations are consistent with the U.S.-Pakistan agreements that have been in place for some time,” said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the political delicacy of the drone program. “This was …
This agreement, though more likely to strengthen the internal ... In Washington meanwhile, a development in April further strained U.S.-Pakistan relations. U.S. lawmakers made it clear that they would not sanction the administration’s …
Dobbins is looking for a way to negotiate an agreement ... about limiting drone attacks should help to counter these allegations — even as Mehsud’s assassination illustrates this problem vividly, and has caused a deep rift in U.S.
but India withdraw from the project in 2008 after signing an agreement with the U.S. While the pipeline could bring relief to energy-starved Pakistan, analysts say that the deal reveals more about the geopolitical dynamics between the U.S.,