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What’s the U.S. need from Pakistan? Its army

Ghulam Haniff has watched many a crisis shake the democracy in his native Pakistan over the years.
But the current flareup represents a more serious threat than even Pakistan has seen in the past, said Haniff, a political science professor at St.

Public disdain of Congress: less than meets the eye

By David Brauer
Monday, Nov. 12, 2007
Poll after poll shows Americans hold Congress in low regard. But a new and overlooked poll indicates that disapproval and happiness can go together.

Who lost Pakistan? Maybe the West

The White House is pressuring Pakistan’s president to restore constitutional rule, but an underlying question remains: Is U.S. policy fostering instability in that country?