Economic and foreign affairs experts differ over net benefit of Islamabad resuming trade with Delhi to overcome looming food shortages and curb inflation
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Q&A with the chair of the Committee on FATA Reforms.
There is little current chance of progress in ties between Kabul and Islamabad.
Army statement says 10 militants also died in the same sortie in Mohmand.
Pakistan must be willing to adopt a flexible approach to bilateral ties with India.
Islamabad’s stated policy of solely retaliatory aggression along Line of Control is a good move.
Pakistani politicians are divided on how to respond to Indian aggression along the Line of Control.
Foreign affairs adviser says he hopes the Heart of Asia conference on Afghanistan will help defuse tension between nations.
Or how to lose friends and make enemies.
Pakistan and India are both missing the big picture.
Investigators will be allowed to visit attack site and interview eyewitnesses.
In a first for both countries, Delhi will host team of investigators from Islamabad later this month.
Foreign affairs adviser publicly admits that terror group enjoys safe haven in Pakistan.
John Kerry leads strategic talks with praise for Islamabad’s decision to amend laws to prevent ‘honor killings.’
Sartaj Aziz claims joint efforts to persuade militants to join talks will lead to reduction in violence.
During meeting with Saudi foreign minister, Pakistan’s P.M. calls for peaceful resolution of differences between Tehran, Riyadh.
New Delhi’s foreign minister has told Islamabad’s national security adviser sporting ties will resume with improvement in overall relations.
Senior official claims option is being considered at a ‘very high level.’