The Pakistani air force had already mastered drone technology during the term of the last government; however, the range of its drones was less than that of American drones.
I wonder if this administration could look any of the surviving victims in the eye and say that nuclear weapons are a 'necessary evil' for the sake of the U.S.-Japan alliance.
The U.S. calls Pakistan its frontline ally but, in practice, this is not so.
...the US pivot toward South Asia has opened a new door for Taiwan to reset its diplomatic agenda and to boost its business and cultural ties with India.
This is a golden opportunity for the U.S. to survey the defense needs and problems of its old ally and take care of these needs.
Nonetheless, each country has a deep, interdependent economic relationship with China, so they must avoid crossing the line and causing antagonism.
The U.S. must avoid strengthening New Delhi only to find that Washington cannot control it, as well as guard against unwarranted optimism regarding an alliance between the two nations.