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Japani kirdar – Javed Chaudhry 29 March, 2011   Leave a comment

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Idare – Mid Career Journalist Ka Chotha Almia – Javed Chaudhry 29 March, 2011   Leave a comment

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Agar Tasveer kharab na hoti – Javed Chaudhry 27 March, 2011   Leave a comment

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Asli leader – Javed Chaudhry 26 March, 2011   Leave a comment

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qarardad-e-pakistani – Javed Chaudhry 24 March, 2011   Leave a comment

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Raymond Davis – Javed Chaudhry 22 March, 2011   Leave a comment

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Why Should We Keep America Happy? Javed Chaudhry   Leave a comment

We here at the Outpost enjoy bringing a global perspective to our analysis of events in Washington. So today, in that spirit, we offer a thought-provoking reflection on U.S.-Pakistani relations from the pen of Javed Chaudhry, a widely read columnist for the Urdu-language newspaper “Daily Express.” (As far as we know this is the first time it’s appearing in English — we hope, Javed, that you won’t mind.)

Now, we are the first to agree that tracking the intricate twists and turns in the relationship between Islamabad and Washington is a matter of vital importance. Issues like drone attacks or the monitoring of aid payments or the controversy over Raymond Davis — the CIA operative just released from arrest in Pakistan after the mysterious payment of blood money to the families of the two men he killed a few weeks ago in Lahore — certainly deserve to be explored. Read the rest of this entry »

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