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Outside editorial: The general must go

Under pressure from President Bush, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf announced Thursday that he would hold elections for Parliament by Feb. 15. His government has said it will end a state of emergency...
Outside editorial

...The following editorial appeared in today's Washington Post: The bold televised address by Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf over the weekend has been measured first by its impact on India, which has massed a half-million troops on Pakistan's...
New role for Pakistan

...of the Taliban regime in next-door Afghanistan and home to Islamic extremists. On Wednesday Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf visits the White House as the leader of a country moving back toward the international mainstream and preaching moderate...
Outside Editorial: Terror and foreign policy rattle normally sure-footed Obama

...strike in Pakistan - should he have intelligence regarding Osama bin Laden's hideout, and should Pakistan's Gen. Pervez Musharraf balk at action. Sound off on the important issues at It would not be unreasonable, under the right circumstances...
Outside editorial: U.S. must review its policy with Pakistan

...a review is overdue, considering the minimal results from the $10 billion in U.S. aid funneled to President Pervez Musharraf's government since 2001. Sound off on the important issues at President Bush blames "murderous extremists" for...
Musharraf needs to act wisely

...dealing with the aftermath, many people are asking questions similar to the ones that they posed after President Pervez Musharraf's declaration of a state of emergency in October. Will Islamabad finally become serious about suppressing the...
What to do about Pakistan?

...disciplined military institution that answers to the orders of the military command, a point former Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf often emphasized. The current Pakistani army chief, army Gen. Ashfaq Kayani, was director of the ISI under Musharraf...
Scary Pakistan demands new U.S. policy

...policy quickly - or watch the threat increase. The U.S. policy of unqualified support for Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has got to change. U.S. officials had been encouraging Musharraf to share power with Bhutto. Musharraf had promised...
The kidnapping of Daniel Pearl

...Afghanistan, eight foreign journalists covering the fighting lost their lives in November. Pakistan under President Pervez Musharraf should not allow itself to become a nation where journalists working for independent newspapers can become military...
Pakistanis blame government, U.S.

...her followers believed government intelligence agencies were behind the attack. Once Bhutto was home, President Pervez Musharraf reneged on a power-sharing deal with her that had been brokered by the United States. He also declared martial...


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