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Drones Cause Growing Hatred Of America | The Nation

April 25, 2013

Rosa Brooks, a Georgetown University law professor who served as a Pentagon policy adviser, said the use of drones would not necessarily be problematic if the country had a clear and legally sound legal framework for targeted killings. “Every ...

U.S. State Dept May Have Created 5 Million Palestinian Refugees | The Nation (Pakistan)

May 29, 2012

Leila Hilal, co-director of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation, told The Cable that to honestly determine which Palestinians remain refugees, one would have to wade into a long, complicated legal and factual analysis about which ...

The Drones Are Back | The Nation (Pakistan)

January 11, 2012

However, US think tank New America Foundation (ANF) has put the figure of those killed at a maximum of 2680 till the end of 2011. According to the ANF, out of these, only 38 were high-profile terrorists. There were some ordinary militants as well. ...


Karachi's Clan Conflicts | The Nation (Pakistan)

October 14, 2011

This system has been recognised for some time, and was articulated recently, and most clearly, by the scholar Anatol Lieven in his book, Pakistan: A Hard Country. Beyond the traditional clan culture based on local identity that pervades Pakistan's ...

Damage Done by Drones in Pakistan | The Nation (Pakistan)

July 31, 2011

The New America Foundation, which tracks drone strikes, estimates non-militant deaths at 20 per cent of the total of 2464 fatalities, though Behram believes the toll is far greater: "For every 10 to 15 people killed, maybe they get one militant. ...

Bin Laden's Death: One Month Later | The Nation (Pakistan)

June 2, 2011

Within forty-eight hours of the successful raid into Abbotabad, Crown Publishers announced that terrorism analyst Peter Bergen would write “an immersive, definitive account of the operation that killed the world's most wanted man. ...

U.S. Drone Strikes in Pakistan of Limited Value: Report | The Nation (Pakistan)

February 26, 2010

But the report by Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann at the New America Foundation, a Washington think-tank, argues that the tactic is counterproductive. ...

New America Foundation and Terror Free Tomorrow's Pakistan Opinion Survey in The Nation (Pakistan) | "An Eye-Opener"

June 21, 2008
BOTH the PPP and PML-N need to take into account the findings of the opinion survey conducted by Washington-based New America Foundation and Terror Free Tomorrow. The exercise, third in the past nine months, would help map the direction of trends in public perception. These polls indicate a steady rise in popularity of Mian Nawaz Sharif and his party and decline in the case of Mr Asif Zardari and the PPP...LINK

Peter Bergen in The Nation (Pakistan) | 'Vote-Rigging Scheme Revealed'

January 3, 2008

Bhutto dossier reveals vote-rigging scheme (The Nation Online, Pakistan)
CNN analyst Peter Bergen noted, “There’s no reason to believe that she was killed because of this dossier, because the people behind her killing almost certainly are Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, and they’ve got nothing to do with this elections.” ...


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