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Does United States really wants the breakup of Pakistan??

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Memo From IslamabadRinged by Foes, Pakistanis Fear the U.S., Too

Published: November 22, 2008
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – A redrawn map of South Asia has been making the rounds among Pakistani elites. It shows their country truncated, reduced to an elongated sliver of land with the big bulk of India to the east, and an enlarged Afghanistan to the west.

That the map was first circulated as a theoretical exercise in some American neoconservative circles matters little here. It has fueled a belief among Pakistanis, including members of the armed forces, that what the United States really wants is the breakup of Pakistan, the only Muslim country with nuclear arms.

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Cold-War-like conditions rapidly developing

Dr. Manzur Ejaz
Dr. Manzur Ejaz

Hanging On

– Dr Manzur Ejaz, USA

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It is clear that new lines are going to be drawn between pro-US countries and other international competitors
The growing tension between the US and Pakistan should be viewed in the context of the Cold-War-like conditions rapidly developing between Russia and the West.

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