Asia

    India, Pakistan Can Play Role in Afghanistan's Developmenti
    X
    July 01, 2013 1:00 PM
    Even after the drawdown of the American troops from Afghanistan, the region’s stability will remain an important part of the U.S. foreign policy. Two neighboring countries, India and Pakistan can play a role in that. VOA’s Kokab Farshori looks at the role these two countries may play.

    India, Pakistan Can Play Role in Afghanistan's Development

    Published July 01, 2013

    Even after the drawdown of the American troops from Afghanistan, the region’s stability will remain an important part of the U.S. foreign policy. Two neighboring countries, India and Pakistan can play a role in that. VOA’s Kokab Farshori looks at the role these two countries may play.


    You May Like

    Candidates' Comments Fly Like New Hampshire Snowflakes

    Four days ahead of the country's first-in-the-nation Republican and Democratic party primary elections, surveys show the parties' contests tightening

    South Korea Says North Korea Moving Closer to Rocket Launch

    In phone call, US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping agree that Pyongyang's move would be 'provocative'

    Australian Commander: IS Changing Tactics

    Head of Australian forces in Middle East talks with VOA about training Iraqi troops, countering evolving Islamic State efforts and defeating extremism