The South Asia Channel

Faisal Shahzad and the Pakistan Problem

AfPak Channel experts weigh in on the Times Square attack, and more. The radicalization of Faisal Shahzad – By Hassan Abbas The Taliban’s suspicion – By Nadir Hassan Slipping out the back door? – By Nicholas Schmidle Pakistan and America: fast friends? – By Imtiaz Gul No more peace deals – By Saba Imtiaz Close ...

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AfPak Channel experts weigh in on the Times Square attack, and more.

The radicalization of Faisal Shahzad - By Hassan Abbas

The Taliban's suspicion - By Nadir Hassan

AfPak Channel experts weigh in on the Times Square attack, and more.

The radicalization of Faisal Shahzad – By Hassan Abbas

The Taliban’s suspicion – By Nadir Hassan

Slipping out the back door? – By Nicholas Schmidle

Pakistan and America: fast friends? – By Imtiaz Gul

No more peace deals – By Saba Imtiaz

Close to home in Pakistan – By Philip Mudd

Don’t be afraid of terrorism – By Brian Fishman

Tourism terrorism? – By Katherine Tiedemann

Shared responsibilities – By Kalsoom Lakhani

What if Shahzad became radicalized in the U.S.? – By Gregg Carlstrom

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