Terrorism

Analysis Brief

A New Chapter for U.S.-Pakistan Relations?

Author: Jayshree Bajoria

Pakistan's arrest of senior al-Qaeda leaders signals renewed cooperation with the United States. But experts stress both sides have to work harder to tackle issues such as Pakistan's relations with militant groups and U.S. objectives in Afghanistan.

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Analysis Brief

Terrorism Concerns on U.S.-India Agenda

Author: Jayshree Bajoria

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledged to press Pakistan on terrorism and tried to ease New Delhi's worries over Afghanistan on her visit to India this week. But a deteriorating U.S.-Pakistan relationship decreases Washington's ability to influence Islamabad on terrorism issues, say experts.

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Analysis Brief

A Blow to al-Qaeda

Author: Deborah Jerome

The death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in a U.S. operation in Pakistan marks a triumph for the United States, although the lasting impact on the U.S.-led "war on terror" is uncertain.

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Growing Terrorism Threat, Postmarked Yemen

Author: Deborah Jerome

The latest terrorism threat to emerge from Yemen, involving foiled package bombs, points to the continuing danger of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula to the United States and the difficulties in defeating it.

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Analysis Brief

Pakistan's Muddled War

Author: Jayshree Bajoria

Militancy has been spreading inside Pakistan. Experts say Pakistani authorities lack an effective strategy to battle the militants, raising deep concerns on the Afghan war front and beyond.

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