John Kerry warns American lawmakers that Iran has already ‘mastered’ the technology to make fissile material.
We want to see the conflict and the tension reduced, says the US State Department.
The report urges policymakers to aim at steady external adjustment but also to strengthen frameworks.
The visit is a learning experience for both, the APS students from Peshawar and for those they meet in America.
This week, IMF executive board completed annual review of the Fund’s income position for financial years 2015 and 2016.
Lifting of economic sanctions on Iran will open “massive trade” opportunities for Pakistan, says PM's special assistant.
WASHINGTON: A US air strike in Afghanistan has killed a high-ranking Al Qaeda operational commander, the Pentagon...
Kerry launches an effective counter-attack against those Republican leaders who are urging Congress to reject the deal.
The bank’s latest commodity markets outlook report notes that energy prices rose 12pc in the quarter.
In 2014, 37 per cent Pakistanis hoped for a better economic future. In 2015, it increases to 47pc.
Rice deeply appreciated the pivotal role being played by Pakistan in advancing the reconciliation in Afghanistan.
"US will have lost all credibility" if Congress does not approve deal: Kerry
WASHINGTON: The United States has appreciated Pakistan’s role in facilitating reconciliation between the Afghan...
Negotiators at the Iran nuclear talks have once again extended the deadline for concluding a deal.
WB, IMF analysis suggest that many lower-income countries have the potential to increase their tax ratios.
The United States still has three key interests in Pakistan, says the next chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.
IMF cites weaker-than-expected economic activity in North America during the first quarter for the trim.
US State Department calls the first-ever official talks between Afghan govt and Taliban “a step in the right direction.”
Both the US and Afghanistan acknowledge and appreciate Pakistan’s important efforts to host peace conversations.
Freedom of information in some provinces has gone from being limited to non-existent, says the report.