Karl Inderfurth

former Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs

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Director of the Graduate Program in International Affairs at George Washington University; former Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs (1997-2001) and Deputy US Representative on the UN Security Council (1993-1997)

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Twenty-eight thousand Pakistani soldiers are in the fourth day of an offensive in South Waziristan, a province in western Pakistan where some 10,000 Taliban provide a base for al Qaeda…

Pakistan and the Taliban

Twenty-eight thousand Pakistani soldiers are in the fourth day of an offensive in South Waziristan, a province in western Pakistan where some 10,000 Taliban provide a base for al Qaeda…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Despite fierce resistance, Pakistan's Army claims progress in its much-awaited offensive South Waziristan, where some 10,000 Taliban provide a base for al Qaeda and training for…

Pakistan Fights Militants in the Mountains

Despite fierce resistance, Pakistan's Army claims progress in its much-awaited offensive South Waziristan, where some 10,000 Taliban provide a base for al Qaeda and training for…

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