Posted on December 14, 2009
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29 responses to “Hillary Clinton on Pakistan-US Relations”

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  2. Riaz Haq says:

    The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s botched attempts at public diplomacy drew sharp rebuke from an American in Pakistan. Todd Shea, the head of Comprehensive Disaster Response Services in Pakistan, criticized Clinton’s statements during her recent visit as “insensitive, corrosive, arrogant and flat out wrong”. The CDRS is an NGO on the ground in Kashmir and it has been working to provide a field medical center and healthcare services to the earthquake victims in Azad Kashmir since 2005. Like Greg Mortenson’s work on building schools, the work done by Todd Shea’s relief efforts have engendered positive feelings among Pakistanis toward the Americans. In effect, Greg and Todd have been attempting to fill the vacuum left by the US State Department in practical public diplomacy on the ground in Pakistan. After Hillary’s visit, I believe the US would be better off in Pakistan with more of Greg and Todd than Hillary’s tough talk to win hearts and minds of the people in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    http://www.riazhaq.com/2009/10/hillarys-public-dip lomacy-draws.html

  3. Athar says:

    Great Interview! Keep up great work.

    And, to the critics – what are you guys really mad about? I mean, what exactly in this interview inflamed you? Did it bother you, that this interview didn’t flare up any conspiracy theories, dogmatic utopia, or apologetic nonsense?

    Sehar Tauqeer has captured the essence, and explained really well my sentiments as well.

    By open dialogue and rational communication – only then, we can expect to resolve complex problems.

  4. long gone days are still being bragged upon? What is all this. We should urge the media to keep us in the present rather than in the past. Lets all unite and fight extremism and also ask the media to leave bragging about things long gone and talk on the current situation.