Haggling Over Afghanistan

Krepon, Michael
June 2012
News India Times;06/22/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 25, p3
The article discusses the fear of Pakistan regarding the strong future relations of India with Afghanistan which would deprive them of the resources they get from Baluchistan. It reveals the help asked by Pakistani leaders from the U.S. to pursue a government in Kabul, Afghanistan that remain friendlier to them than to India. It mentions the poor control of Pakistani military and intelligence services in Afghanistan and incoherent policies of the U.S.


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