Osama Hunter Arrested in Pakistan | PakPulse 6-15-10

In Press Roundup on June 15, 2010 at 10:22 am

Exclusive photo of Gary Faulkner, Oasama-hunter, leaving Pakistani custody


Pakistani officials reject report on ISI aid to Taliban (Washington Post)

Washington objects to China-Pakistan nuclear deal (Washington Post)

Aid group halts Pakistan work after employee is slain (Associated Press)

  • Also: Mercy Corps leaves south Pakistan (BBC News)

Pakistan holds American reportedly hunting bin Laden (Reuters)

Malik claims foreign elements behind targeted killings (Express Tribune)

PPP, MQM form fact-finding committee (Express Tribune)

Pakistan will be British priority, says UK minister (Express Tribune)

9% hike in power tariff expected next month (Daily Times)

Zardari to clamp down on banned outfits in Karachi (The News)


Who’s the enemy in the war on terror? by Joseph Lieberman (Wall Street Journal)

ISI charged (Daily Times)


Setbacks cloud U.S. plans to get out of Afghanistan (New York Times)

Concern on Capitol Hill about Afghan war grows (Washington Post)

Afghan officials elated by minerals report (New York Times)

  • Also: What could $1 trillion mean for Afghanistan? (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Also: Can Afghanistan tap its mineral wealth? (Los Angeles Times)
  • Also: Defense Department briefing on the geological survey (DoD)
  • Also: Can buried treasure save Afghanistan? (Newsweek)

Rural outreach snags on technology and fear (Reuters)

Twelve police, six civilians killed in clashes (Associated Press)

Kandahar strategy draws criticism (Financial Times)

UK man tells of Taliban recruitment (BBC News)

Marines, family pack Camp Pendleton to honor sergeant (Los Angeles Times)

Interview with Thomas Ruttig on reconciliation (Foreign Policy)

Regional Command Southwest stands up (ISAF)

Cameron addresses Parliament on Afghanistan (Times of London)


Afghan staying power (Wall Street Journal)

Fighting the Viet Cong in Afghanistan by Richard Cohen (Washington Post)

Why $1 trillion may thwart Afghanistan’s dreams by Amity Shales (Bloomberg)

Afghanistan’s dangerous new wealth by Ravi Somaiya (Newsweek)

Can Obama put more time on the clock? by Peter Feaver (Foreign Policy)

Helmand: anatomy of a disaster by Stephen Grey (Foreign Policy)

Alchemy in Afghanistan by Ann Marlowe (Daily Beast)

A question of life and death by William Galston (The New Republic)

Britain is stuck with a war it can’t afford and can’t win by Mary Riddell (Telegraph)


Developments in Afghanistan by Michele Flournoy (Senate Armed Services Committee)


Indian tycoon runs idea up the flagpole (Wall Street Journal)

Safer roads to Indian infrastructure (Wall Street Journal)

Monsoon covers almost half of India (Wall Street Journal)


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