Fatima Bhutto is a graduate of Columbia University and the School of Oriental and African Studies. Her memoir, Songs of Blood and Sword, came out last year. Bhutto lives and works in Karachi, Pakistan

The Islamabad establishment has been feigning ignorance for years. Fatima Bhutto on the price ordinary Pakistanis pay as their leaders allow the country to fall apart.

In an exclusive excerpt from her new memoir, Fatima Bhutto recounts the moments leading up to her father’s execution in Pakistan in 1996—and her own reaction to that terrible night.

The brutal murder of a 12-year-old maid, believed to have been killed by her powerful employer, has stunned the country. But from the corrupt government to the honor killing of a wealthy woman, Fatima Bhutto says the country's rich always get away with it.

As Secretary Clinton arrives in Pakistan amid pandemonium today, The Daily Beast’s Fatima Bhutto says her visit is pure charade—and that American aid is the gift that keeps on taking.

Two days after a massive bomb killed 24 in Lahore, Fatima Bhutto offers a firsthand account of life in Pakistan—besieged by the Taliban, bombed by the army, and more frightening every day.

If the U.S. wants to give money to unstable nuclear regimes like Pakistan’s, maybe it should cozy up to others as well—I hear North Korea could use a little all-American can-do support.

Besides ruining my country, I believe my aunt's husband, Pakistani President Zardari, orchestrated my father’s murder. Is Obama really going to offer him billions more when they meet today?

When Pakisan's president visits the White House next week, he’s sure to ask for another handout. But Fatima Bhutto, niece of the late Benazir Bhutto, says the billions of dollars the U.S. gives are merely propping up a government that’s capitulating to terror.