Recalibrating U.S.-Pakistan Relations

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Recalibrating U.S.-Pakistan Relations

Pakistani counterinsurgency has actually improved markedly since 2009, but absent a push to normalize U.S.-Pakistani relations by narrowing the gap between what Washington seeks from Islamabad and what is feasible, these counterinsurgency gains will reverse…

Read the full article from The Washington Quarterly here.

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