Interview: Pakistan's New PM

In an exclusive interview, Pakistan's new prime minister spells out his plans for fighting terrorism and stabilizing his volatile country.

New Target: An Old Dam

In many ways, The Kajaki Dam is a symbol of Afghanistan's troubled history. Built by the United States in the 1950s, it fell into disrepair under the Taliban.

Afghanistan: New Taliban Tactics

Coalition attacks have forced the Taliban to change its tactics in Afghanistan. Leaders of the fundamentalist movement say it's going to get more deadly.

Can Musharraf Survive?

Benazir Bhutto's assassination has diminished the Pakistani president's already low public standing. How her death could lead to his political demise.

Bhutto, Sharif Team Up

Pakistan's leading opposition leaders have united (sort of) against President Pervez Musharraf. But their impact will probably be minimal.

'It's Just The Beginning'

Imran Khan, 55, the Pakistani cricket legend and opposition politician, hardly looked like a hunted man. It had been 11 days since police burst into his home, the day after President Pervez Musharraf declared emergency rule.

Pakistan: Imran Khan Speaks Out

In an exclusive interview with NEWSWEEK shortly before Pakistani police caught up with him, Imran Khan discusses the emergency, his plans to mobilize students and how the nation feels about Musharraf.

Pakistan: Crackdown Continues

Musharraf's emergency arrests are targeting lawyers and judges. But is the military really willing to face down middle-class protesters on the streets?