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- Pakistan : Country in southern Asia, established as a Muslim state split from India in 1947, bordering the Arabian Sea to the south, India to the east, Iran and Afghanistan to the west, and China to the north.
- Durand Line : A boundary line between 19th century Afghanistan and India, disputed then and now, and now forming the boundary between Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as the border of Balochistan Province
- Nonproliferation : An aspect of arms control that focuses on the dissemination of technology and materials from nations acknowledged to have them, to those national and non-national actors who do not.
- India-Pakistan security issues : Add brief definition or description
- Al-Qaeda : International islamist terrorist network. Responsible for the 9-11 attack and other terrorist attacks.
- Taliban in Pakistan : Activities of the Taliban movement to take political control of parts of Pakistan, rather than using Pakistan as a sanctuary to operate in Afghanistan
- U.S. policy towards Afghanistan : The grand strategy of the United States towards Afghanistan, dealing with the continuing Afghanistan War (2001-) both with its own and multinational resources (e.g., NATO International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and the United Nations Mission to Afghanistan (UNAMA)]]
- U.S. policy towards India : From the perspective of the United States, its objectives and grand strategy toward India
- Inter-Services Intelligence : The military intelligence and covert action organization of Pakistan; historically contained strong Islamist elements but also concerned with India-Pakistan security issues
- U.S. drone attacks : Add brief definition or description