Asia

Pakistan’s Future PM Is Comeback Kidi
X
May 16, 2013 5:27 PM
Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistani politician set to become the nation’s next prime minister, is expected to seek good relations with the United States. However, South Asian analysts say Mr. Sharif faces daunting challenges from militant groups and a struggling economy. VOA correspondent Meredith Buel reports.

Pakistan’s Future PM Is Comeback Kid

Published May 16, 2013

Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistani politician set to become the nation’s next prime minister, is expected to seek good relations with the United States. However, South Asian analysts say Mr. Sharif faces daunting challenges from militant groups and a struggling economy. VOA correspondent Meredith Buel reports.


You May Like

At Khmer Rouge Court, Long-Awaited Verdict Approaches

First phase of trial, which is coming to an end, has focused on forced exodus of Phnom Penh in 1975 - and now many are hopeful justice will be served More

Video When Fighting Eases, Gazans Line Up at Bakeries

When there is a lull in the conflict, residents who have been hunkered down in their apartments rush out to stock up on food and other necessities More

Video Information War Rages Alongside Real One in Ukraine

Downing of Malaysian airliner, allegations of cross-border shelling move information war in war-torn country to a new level More