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War against terror------US plans to step inside Pakistan---news. Will anything worthwhile happen considering the double standard they play on this matter? Your views?

Asked by Good Citizen, 02 Aug '10 03:47 pm
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1)President Obama has promised Americans that boys would be back home sooner. He has been trying to stick to it.
2)Unfortunately, the ground realities defy logic. Friend and Ally Pak turned out to be double agent and this haunts Uncle Sam no end. The latest being the Wiki leaks have just confirmed that once more. U.S. denials to this effect is only a camouflage to assure its ally that it would not be ditched all of a sudden.
3) U.S. has been trying to make a last ditch effort to take along its ally in its fight against terror and it knows it very well that unless it has an access inside Pak, its success rate is very much doubtful since its ally would continue to play double game till eternity. Probably the wider world is not aware of the behind the scene developments. U.S. probably wants to make sure that Pak is still with it and any refusal on the part of Pak to give access to U.S. inside Pak would confirm the worst fear of U.S. which would give it a very valid reason to corner ...more
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 02 Aug '10 06:47 pm

 
  
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If the US is out there on the Afghan soil, determined to eliminate international terrorist outfit by name Al Qaeda, it will have concentrate inside the Pak territory, closer to the Afghan borders. There have been reports that the Pak military is having close ties with Al Qaeda and the Taliban, and if the US and allies want to achieve the purpose of this military operation which has already crossed the$ 3 trillion mark, it will have to set aside the double standard game it usually plays when Pak is involved. The US may not like to see another "Iraq" in the Afghan soil. Let us hope so..
Answered by thampy chacko, 02 Aug '10 04:06 pm

 
  
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