You can see all of Leiby's articles here. Some favorites include:
• A profile of two Pakistani brothers, both clerics, one who rants against the evils of America and of Jews, the other who lived in America and worked with a rabbi to promote religious tolerance. Leiby wrote that the bothers' "conspicuously different paths illustrate the often contradictory nature of Pakistan itself, a country that behaves like both friend and foe to its chief patron, the United States — frequently at the same time."
• On the atmosphere of courage and fear at Malala's school in the Swat valley
• A colorful profile of the very colorful Mansoor Ijaz, who kicked up the "weird diplomatic intrigue" of "memogate," a fascinating and revealing moment in Pakistan-U.S. relations, such as they are.