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Why US is still supporting Pakistan ?

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Asked by Mike Tison, 11 Jun '11 10:32 pm
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It always will
Answered by anil garg, 23 Sep '13 10:52 am

 
  
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When Pakistans first military ruler Field Marshal Mohammed Ayub Khan soured on the relationship with the United States, he released his memoirs in 1967 entitled Friends not Masters to describe what Pakistan sought in this relationship. Two years later and in the middle of celebrating his Decade of Development, he was forced out of office by street power, the victim of his own hubris.
Now is not the time to pitch the U.S.-Pakistan relationship into the dust bin.
The killing of Osama Bin Laden deep in the heart of Pakistan by a Navy Seal team has exposed the deep mistrust that bedevils the relationship between the United States and Pakistan today. Many in Pakistan will be reviving the Ayub Khan message. The Pakistani military especially was stung that the U.S. action took place without any approval by the local army and air force. It has also been hurt by public criticism that it was unable to protect Pakistans borders against a blatant military incursion.
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Source: http://www.acus.org/new_atlanticist/why-us-still-needs-pakistan
Answered by rahul raj, 11 Jun '11 10:35 pm

 
  
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They say Pakistan is their ally in war against terrorism. USA needs Pakistan to keep close eye on China and India doesn't support US.
Answered by Avantika, 11 Jun '11 10:35 pm

 
  
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