Shuja Nawaz

Atlantic Council of the United States

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Director of the South Asia Center at the Atlantic Council of the United States, and author of Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within

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On the verge of retirement, Admiral Mike Mullen, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,  addressed a Senate Committee  last week, with Defense Secretary and former CIA Chief Leon Panetta…

The Dangerous Puzzle of Pakistan

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On the verge of retirement, Admiral Mike Mullen, Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,  addressed a Senate Committee  last week, with Defense Secretary and former CIA Chief Leon Panetta…

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Osama bin Laden is history, but the war in Afghanistan goes on. Meantime, the Obama Administration sounds conflicted when it comes to Pakistan.

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Osama bin Laden is history, but the war in Afghanistan goes on. Meantime, the Obama Administration sounds conflicted when it comes to Pakistan.

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