Special Report | Discord in Pakistan

Benazir Bhutto

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - Countless U.S. officials in recent years have lectured and listened to Gen. Ashfaq Kayani, the man many view as the most powerful in Pakistan. They have drunk tea and played golf with him, feted him and flown with him in helicopters.
 
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Pakistani leader pledges support for the judiciary (Post, October 18, 2010)
 
Pakistan's emboldened judiciary threatens government stability (Post, October 13, 2010)
 
U.S. agrees to probe of strike that killed 3 Pakistani soldiers (Post, October 2, 2010)
 
Pakistani refugees showing some can-do spirit (Post, September 5, 2010)
 
Afghans build up ties with Pakistan: 'A paradigm shift' as Karzai seeks to solve shared Taliban issue (Post, July 21, 2010)
 
Pakistan shuts down YouTube, other sites: CONTENT 'SARILEGIOUS'
Facebook barred a day earlier over 'Draw Muhammad Day'
(Post, May 21, 2010)
 
Letter from Pakistan: A brewery's recipe for survival (Post, April 28, 2010)
 
Musharraf government, security criticized by investigators of Bhutto's death (Post, April 16, 2010)
 
Pakistani Parliament moves toward reducing Zardari's powers: Constitutional action would shift authority to prime minister (Post, March 23, 2010)
 
India and Pakistan lay out differences (Post, February 26, 2010)
 
Greater U.S. pressure led to Pakistan arrests: New level of cooperation emerging in struggle against Afghan Taliban (Post, February 19, 2010)
 
Pakistani lawyers strike over naming of judges: Zardari went against advice of chief justice in making his choices (Post, February 16, 2010)
 
Revisiting N. Korean nuclear program: New statements by Pakistani scientist indicate a more advanced capability than thought (Post, December 28, 2009)
 
Pakistan's top court voids amnesty for Zardari: Ruling on graft cases could further weaken his civilian government (Post, December 17, 2009)
 
Pakistani court slows handover of men from Alexandria area: Judge must first review case against 5 arrested for possible terrorist ties (Post, December 15, 2009)
 
Pakistan's Zardari holds off his political foes -- for now: President gives up some powers, faces pressure to relinquish more (Post, December 1, 2009)
 
Pakistani nuclear scientist said to affirm Post article's accuracy: Report on dealings with China was based on A.Q. Khan's documents (Post, November 19, 2009)
 
For Pakistani president, goodbye to goodwill: After little more than a year in office, Zardari faces criticism over U.S. alliance, battle with insurgents and widespread shortages (Post, November 16, 2009)
 
A lesson for Afghanistan? (Post, October 27, 2009)
 
Kerry visit underscores power still wielded by Pakistani army: Senator meets general in bid to calm furor over U.S. aid terms (Post, October 23, 2009)
 
U.S. Sets Metrics to Assess War Success (Post, August 30, 2009)
 
Pakistani Ruling Rebukes Ex-Leader: Musharraf's Acts Declared Illegal (Post, August 1, 2009)
 
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