Mangoes and Schools: Rethinking U.S. Aid to Pakistan

by Fritz Lodge
This summer, after nearly two years of bureaucratic wrangling, the first of Pakistan’s famous mangoes will appear in fruit aisles across the United States. Unfortunately, their arrival will turn few heads. Though officially the world’s sweetest mango (by scientific consensus) the fortunes of this newest export seem unlikely to fill the schedule of […]

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Pakistani naval officers to face court martial

Daily brief: Pakistani naval officers to face court martial
By Andrew Lebovich, August 4, 2011
A day in court

Pakistan’s military will reportedly court martial three naval officers in connection with the failure to prevent an attack carried out by the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on the country’s Mehran naval base in May, which resulted in the destruction of […]

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