South and Central Asia
With the murder of Benazir Bhutto and national elections due in February, the future of Pakistan is once again in the spotlight.
Following the murder of outspoken Uzbek journalist Alisher Saipov, we look at this Central Asian country which has won notoriety for its human rights abuses and repression.
This year’s protests in Burma were witnessed by millions around the world thanks to internet and mobile phone technology, but was it enough to change the regime?
Elections in Pakistan are due in October and Pervez Musharraf’s position is looking fragile, but he is not ready to give in.
Former prime minister of Pakistan and head of the Pakistan People’s Party talks about the future of her country – one of the West’s key allies in the "war on terror".
In the picture with Declan Walsh – Multimedia journalism and the ongoing unrest in Pakistan and Afghanistan
Declan Walsh speaks about the pitfalls and merits of multimedia journalism,
war in Afghanistan, and Pakistan’s ongoing civil unrest.
The Pakistan correspondent for The Times, Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal, Zahid Hussain, talks to Kirsty Lang about America’s key ally in the global "war on terror". But whose side is Pakistan really on?