U.S. Prepares for a Curtailed Relationship With Pakistan

Dec 26, 2011   //   by Hameed   //   links  //  No Comments

Mushahid Hus­sain Sayed, the sec­re­tary gen­er­al of the Pak­istan Mus­lim League‑Q, an oppo­si­tion polit­i­cal par­ty, summed up the anger that he said many har­bored: “We feel like the U.S. treats Pak­istan like a rainy-day girlfriend.””: this is a quote from the New York Times arti­cle. It’s fun­ny that he thinks that the U.S. treats Pak­istan like “a rainy-day girl­friend”. Nobody spends bil­lions of dol­lars on “a rainy-day girlfriend”.
Pak­istan, Afghanistan and the U.S. are three coun­tries that have been affect­ed by ter­ror­ism the most. I think it’s extreme­ly impor­tant for the three nations to have strong, true and hon­est rela­tion­ship with each oth­er. And to pre­vent ter­ror­ists from spread­ing, oth­er nations’ con­tri­bu­tion in this war is vital.

U.S. Pre­pares for a Cur­tailed Rela­tion­ship with Pakistan.