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U.S. Congressional Hearing May Spell Trouble for Pakistan

U.S. Congressional Hearing May Spell Trouble for Pakistan

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2011: Pakistan’s Year of Infamy

2011: Pakistan’s Year of Infamy

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‘A civil war in Afghanistan will further destabilise Pakistan’

‘A civil war in Afghanistan will further destabilise Pakistan’

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Pakistan’s Militant Heroes

Pakistan’s Militant Heroes

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United Stance Against America

United Stance Against America

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Pakistan’s Full Stop

Pakistan’s Full Stop

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‘Pakistan views India as the perpetual enemy and the US as an unfaithful ally’

‘Pakistan views India as the perpetual enemy and the US as an unfaithful ally’

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The End of Jihad?

The End of Jihad?

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Junior Taseer’s Abduction Stuns Pakistani Liberals

Junior Taseer’s Abduction Stuns Pakistani Liberals

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Pakistan’s Charismatic Foreign Minister’s Overriding Policy Challenges

Pakistan’s Charismatic Foreign Minister’s Overriding Policy Challenges

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‘Musharraf Always Wanted the Best for his People’

‘Musharraf Always Wanted the Best for his People’

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‘Kayani has real power in Pakistan’

‘Kayani has real power in Pakistan’

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Does Pakistan Kill Its Own Journalists?

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‘Pak army more anti-American than radical’

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Asia Society's Pakistan 2020 Report

Asia Society's Pakistan 2020 Report

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About the Author

Malik Siraj Akbar

Malik Siraj Akbar is a freelance journalist based in Washington DC. A 2010-11 Hubert Humphrey Fellow, Malik is the editor-in-chief of The Baloch Hal, the first online English newspaper of Balochistan, Pakistan's largest province. He worked for five years as the Bureau Chief of Daily Times, a reputed Pakistani English newspaper.

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