Ahead of his trip to Delhi, the secretary of state articulated a clear vision for the U.S. relationship with India. Let’s hope it was not an anomaly.
The U.S. secretary of state reopened the offer during a surprise visit to Afghanistan.
U.S. aid to Pakistan was falling even before the president’s speech
Can Trump close the deal in Afghanistan?
Kenneth Juster’s diplomatic background may help reassure jittery allies ahead of the first Trump-Modi summit.
Trump could succeed where his predecessors haven't: in Afghanistan.
A top U.S. military commander called the attack 'an unspeakable crime.'
The next president’s erratic blustering might be just crazy enough to work in Islamabad.
The incoming national security advisor allegedly shared classified intel with Pakistan’s notoriously compromised security services. What does that mean for Trump's "AfPak" policy?
The prime minister's attack on India’s black market was poorly planned, chaotically implemented — and may turn out to be his biggest political victory yet.
The investigation could expose U.S. personnel to international justice inquiry for the first time.
This week’s brutal attacks in Quetta were an indictment of everything Islamabad has been doing to fight terrorism.