Pakistan’s government is weakened but civil-military relations are back to where they used to be.
The Saudis seek to weapons from Pakistan at the same time they are deepening defense relations with India.
The prime minister supersedes more senior generals to appoint a supposedly apolitical army chief.
A nuclear deal with Saudi Arabia could put Pakistan’s relations with Afghanistan and Iran at risk.
The oil kingdom might acquire nuclear weapons before its nemesis Iran does — from its old friend Pakistan.
The killing of a Taliban leader upsets officials in Islamabad who were exploring peace talks with the militant group.
Al Qaeda continues to weaken while Iran increasingly sponsors terrorism abroad, a report shows.
The Saudis want to maintain stability in Pakistan but also expand commercial relations with India.
The former cricketer will have a chance to build his party in opposition and emerge stronger.
Nawaz Sharif has said little about how he plans to deal with Islamist militancy in his country.