The new Pakistani government thinks it may have found a better way to counter extremists, using political carrots and a military stick.
Benazir Bhutto's memoir is an urgent and important book, writes Ali Eteraz. It is also flawed.
The assassination of Benazir Bhutto provides the perfect opportunity to remind the people of Pakistan that Islamists are their real enemies, writes Ali Eteraz. He thinks that an independent international investigation will enable Pakistanis to "see all the elements that have been involved in killing their leaders, neighbors, and families."