Zahid Hussain

Journalist, Wall Street Journal and London Times

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Journalist in Islamabad, Pakistan who writes for the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, London Times and other; author of Frontline Pakistan: The Struggle with Militant Islam and The Scorpion's Tail: The Relentless Rise of Islamic Militants in Pakistan-and How It Threatens America

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NATO and Afghan forces claim they killed a senior Taliban commander today, Hamid Karzai picked a former President of his country to chair a peace council that's reaching out to the…

Obama's War: Is there Any Way to Make Progress?

NATO and Afghan forces claim they killed a senior Taliban commander today, Hamid Karzai picked a former President of his country to chair a peace council that's reaching out to the…

from Which Way, L.A.?

The war with the Taliban involves the US, Afghanistan and Pakistan, but there's growing evidence that all three have different objectives.

Obama's War: Is there Any Way to Make Progress?

The war with the Taliban involves the US, Afghanistan and Pakistan, but there's growing evidence that all three have different objectives.

from To the Point

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.?

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