Gen. Bajwa's visit may presage new chapter in resolving Afghanistan conflict, says Mattis - Yahoo India News

Washington [United States], Oct. 5 (ANI) United States Defense Secretary James Mattis said that Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's recent visit to Kabul presages a new chapter' in ending the Afghan conflict. "Right now, based on a very ...

"We have been paying Pakistan billions and billions of dollars at the same time they are housing the very terrorists ... - International Business Times, India Edition

US President Donald Trump has reportedly decided to send his top diplomats and military advisors to Pakistan, following the Asian country's continued failure to put an end to terrorist groups on its soil. US-Pakistan ties had taken a hit back in 2011 ...

US To Send Strong Message On Terrorism With Sec. Tillerson's Pakistan Visit - News World India

In a strong message to Pakistan, the United States President Donald Trump will send his top official and military adviser to the terror harbouring nation in the coming weeks, reports suggest. The report comes ahead of US secretary of state Rex ...

Pakistan's ties with terror: Can Donald Trump cut the Gordian knot? - Economic Times

By C. Uday Bhaskar Almost 16 years to the day since the US embarked upon its war on terrorism against the Afghan Taliban on October 7, 2001, as reprisal for the enormity of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, it appears that a White House administration is ...

US gives Pakistan ”one more” chance to stop hurting India, others - Gears Of Biz

In a clear indication that the US patience with Pakistan's support of terror groups is wearing thin, US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said on Tuesday the United States would try ”one more time” to work with Pakistan in Afghanistan before President ...

President Ghani likely to visit Pakistan after Pak delegation's Kabul visit - Khaama Press (press release) (blog)

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani is expected to visit Pakistan in the near future amid reports the visit will take place on invitation of Pakistani army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa's invitation. The Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Hazrat Omar has told ...

Why provoke Pakistan? - Times of India (blog)

The air chief waxes eloquent about taking out Pakistan's nukes. Even the tactical ones–the Nasrs–spread across hundreds of field commanders. How are his planes going to do that? Pakistan's nukes are its crown jewels. Until 1971, the country was full of ...

Trump to send lieutenants to Pakistan with stern message to stop terror - Deccan Chronicle

US has been frustrated by Pak's willingness to offer cross-border safe havens to Taliban factions, armed Islamist groups. President Donald Trump will dispatch his top diplomatic and military advisors to Pakistan in the coming weeks. (Photo: AFP | File).

Tasks ahead - Pakistan Observer

TURBULENCE in Pak-US relationship caused by Trump bluster seems to have receded partially amid clear and robust Pakistan's national response. Pakistan cannot be made a scapegoat for failures of others. Pakistan has done enough. It is time for others to ...

'Pak can have economic benefits from India by ending terror safe havens'- US official - Mendon Journal

“There's a great deal that Pakistan can benefit economically, diplomatically, financially for its government; economically for its people; by finally sensing that the tide has shifted against this,” Mattis said. (File) Related News. Pakistan can have ...

The Trump threat - The Nation

Ten years hence, objective historians will rewrite the chronology of US military blunders. Top of the list will not be the US defeat against Canada in 1812; or the embarrassing invasion of Mexico at Pancho Villa 1916; nor Bay of Pigs in Cuba 1961; nor ...

Mend your way or Trump will act, United States warns Pakistan - ExpressNewsline

"I think a decision will be made shortly" James Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. "That's my assessment of where we are right now". He said that the Indian hostile policy towards Pakistan manifested in Indian state's ...

Mattis' reassurance - Daily Times

United States Defence Secretary James Mattis has announced that keeping in view Pakistan's reservations, no Indian troops will be deployed on the ground in Afghanistan. The statement was given at a Congressional hearing on South Asia. Mattis made a ...

The battle for Afghanistan - Daily Times

In his address to the UN last month, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi told the international community in no uncertain terms that Pakistan wouldn't tolerate being made a scapegoat in the war next door in Afghanistan. This was a not so indirect ...

The Army Chief's significant visit to Russia - Daily Times

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa is expected to visit Russia within the week. As the army chief, it would be his first visit to Moscow. A Pakistan foreign office spokesperson has confirmed this visit and further mentioned that “Regular ...

Expelling the Taliban From Qatar Would Be a Grave Mistake - Foreign Policy (blog)

American officials have characterized the Trump administration's Afghanistan strategy as an integrated military, political, and economic approach, with the end goal of reaching a political settlement of the conflict with the Taliban. At the same time ...

US to ask Nato allies to spare 1000 troops for Afghanistan - Kasmir Monitor

BRUSSELS/KABUL: The United States is to ask Nato allies to contribute around 1,000 extra troops to help in the battle against the resurgent Taliban in Afghanistan, the new US ambassador to the alliance said on Thursday. Kay Bailey Hutchison said the ...

Mattis Loosens Rules of Engagement for US Troops in Afghanistan - Scout

Earlier this year, President Donald Trump announced that as part of his Afghanistan strategy, warfighters would see restrictions lifted and authorities expanded. Now, there is. Harold C. Hutchison - 12 hours ago; 0; Tools. Edit; Slot to Scout.com Home ...

The US says Pakistan must work with Afghanistan on terrorism. It won't be easy. - Washington Post

KABUL — When Pakistan's army chief visited the Afghan capital last Sunday, he did his best to disarm his hosts. He offered to train and equip Afghan troops, and he promised to cooperate in peace and counterterrorism efforts. Afghan officials, in turn ...

Uncle Sam: talking tough - Business Recorder (press release) (blog)

Pakistan's foreign minister finally made the trek to Washington DC earlier this week. But as luck would have it, the trip, which took more than a month in the making, couldn't make headlines in the US media. The immediate reason could be that Khawaja ...