Obama set U.S. foreign policy on a course that places a high priority on engaging.
U.S. and Pakistani officials signed two agreements in early January to provide Pakistan with $66 million.
Stabilizing Afghanistan, strengthening relations with India, and improving relations with Central Asia are major goals of the U.S.
"India of course plays a critical role in Asia’s ascent."
In 2010, the Administration of President Barack Obama elevated development, making it one of the central pillars of U.S. foreign policy.
In 2010, the United States intensified its efforts to broaden relations with the five Central Asia countries.
The election was neither free nor fair.
The United States has designated Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan, or TTP, leader Qari Hussain as a terrorist.
The United States is pursuing a strategy for the U.S.-China relationship with three elements that reinforce one another.