Romney Was Right to Oppose Negotiating with Child-Killers
The news out of Pakistan is horrifying: More than 126 dead, mostly children, in a Taliban attack on a school.
Back in 2012, the entire foreign-policy establishment, inside and outside the Obama administration, thought Mitt Romney was a fool for opposing negotiations …
Pre-Sequestration, an Extra $15 Million in Pakistan Aid
On February 21, with sequestration looming, the U.S. Agency for International Development expanded a contract with Deloitte Consulting for an extra $15 million, to $37 million, to support “the implementation by the government of Pakistan of recent important and very welcome trade …
Our Men Have Been Fighting and Dying in Pakistan For Years Now
A fascinating detail from Marc Ambinder’s piece on the raid in Pakistan:
Several dozen JSOC operatives have died in Pakistan over the past several years. Their names are released by the Defense Department in the usual manner, but with …
New Revised, Morally Nuanced Drone Policy Gets Familiar Results
Hey, check out our new new, morally nuanced, totally different drone policy:
A U.S drone attack early Wednesday killed seven people and injured four others in volatile North Waziristan tribal region, Pakistani security officials and local tribesmen said. It …
The Time Obama Made Political Attacks Hours After Islamist Violence
President Obama and his team would never seize upon the news of a deadly attack in the Muslim world to attack a political opponent, right?
Eh, let’s look back to December 2007, when Benazir Bhutto’s assassination became a big …