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Frederick Barton

A new course for the US and Pakistan

By Frederick Barton
February 12, 2008

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AS PAKISTAN faces two near-term crises, parliamentary elections on Feb. 18 and increasing extremist violence, the United States has an opportunity to build a new and constructive relationship with the country. In the past, America has been reactive, driven by fear and uncertainty, with the end-result a military dominated policy. Now, there is a chance to forge a more values-centered ... (Full article: 787 words)

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