Pakistan: En route or not?

Posted on October 31, 2007
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Haider Mullick As Pakistan struggles with arguably the most tumultuous phase of its political transformation since the 1970s, it is important to find a balance between conventional wisdom and the realities of today. As if the October 18 suicide attack on Benazir Bhutto’s political rally was not enough; October 25 brought on another attack which [...]

Obama and Pakistan: Let’s Hope for the Best

Posted on September 4, 2007
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Guest post by Haider Mullick When Senator Barack Obama advocated unilateral military action against Pakistan, if the Pakistani Army refused to act first on actionable intelligence, he was referring to President Musharraf’s so-called aloofness from this issue in Pakistan. Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded promptly and forcefully; it termed the senator’s remarks “irresponsible” and [...]