Pakistan is confronting two major crises — one humanitarian, the other partisan. The strategic Swat Valley, along the Afghanistan border, is enduring catastrophic floods. And the country’s biggest city is recovering from a wave of political violence that has left dozens dead. We explore how these tests are likely to affect Washington’s interests in Pakistan.


  • Moeed Yusuf South Asia Adviser, United States Institute of Peace
  • Manzur Ejaz Writer and columnist, The Daily Times

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