He believes Pakistan could squeeze the Taliban into negotiating seriously if it wanted.
Pakistan allows passage of the endless convoys ferrying critical U.S. war supplies from Karachi up into Afghanistan.
In Pakistan, the president is chosen by the sitting assemblies.
During our interview, Munter criticized the way White House officials approached Pakistan.
Washington is aware that the U.S. reputation today in Pakistan is at an all-time low.
We remain committed to Pakistan's territorial integrity and independence.
Nehru said calmly, shaking hands with the Governor-General of Pakistan.
We've reconfirmed our 1959 agreement to help Pakistan preserve its independence and its integrity.
It took a month before Pakistan could agree, and all the arrangements be made for the Toss on Kashmir.
Over the years we--and others--have invested very heavily in capital and food for the economic development of India and Pakistan.
south Asian nation formed 1947 by division of British India, the name apparently proposed 1930s by Muslim students at Cambridge University, first element said to be an acronym from Punjab, Afghanistan and Kashmir, three regions envisioned as forming the new state, which also made a play on Iranian pak "pure." For second element, see -stan. Related: Pakistani (1941).
Note: Pakistan became part of British India in 1857. When India gained its independence in 1947, Muslim leaders demanded a separate Muslim state, and the nation of Pakistan was established. Originally, Pakistan consisted of two regions, West Pakistan (now Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).
Note: In 1998, Pakistan successfully conducted tests of nuclear weapons.
Note: In 2001, Pakistan's president allowed the United States to use his country as a base to attack Afghanistan for harboring Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda members.