Transit trade, current account deficit come under discussion; US side shows no interest in talking about FATF.
Report points out that human rights abuses by non-state actors contributed to human rights problems in Pakistan.
The shift started in the last few months of Obama administration when Congress blocked sale of eight F-16s to Islamabad.
The US is doing so because Islamabad has already imposed similar restrictions on US diplomats, says an official.
Visit is for Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank, but includes bilateral discussions with US officials.
Trump also defends the combined US, French and British strikes on three targets in Syria.
Martha Patterson says trade between the two countries reached $6.4 billion in 2017, an all-time high.
Rex Tillerson's successor insists the US wants to bring more stability in Afghanistan.
Says Facebook had learned the methods used to influence public opinion and was better prepared to deal with them.
"Afghan Special Security Force and US counter-terrorism forces killed Hikmatullah and they will kill any successors.”
Official says Washington always encourages Islamabad and Delhi to sit down and resolve issues
The tilt in Washington's policy emboldens the Indian govt to go for a heavy-handed approach in held Kashmir, says Aizaz.
Pakistan wants honour, dignity and respect, not aid, says Pakistan ambassador to US.
WB spokesperson confirms receiving Pakistan's letter, says bank is trying to come up with "amicable" solution.
Despite 16 years of hard work and after spending more than $70 billion, Afghan forces are not ready to fight terrorists.
Hafiz Saeed, Ayman al-Zawahiri listed as people wanted by Interpol for involvement in terrorist activities.
“Make no mistake: whatever LeT chooses to call itself, it remains a violent terrorist group," says US official.
Khurram Dastgir tells Hanif Atmar 45pc of Afghanistan is out of Kabul government’s control.
While some US officials advocate a hardline approach, others caution against alienating a nuclear-armed nation.
The move can undermine Pakistan’s ambition of joining the Nuclear Suppliers Group.