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Rajan Menon

Pakistan's uncertain future

By Rajan Menon
July 20, 2007

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AFTER the shootout at Islamabad's Red Mosque, the pro-democracy demonstrations against Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf in the months preceding it, and Islamists' rallies and suicide bombings following it, the United States finds itself in a familiar situation, aligned with a general who grabbed power in a coup but has become politically isolated, perhaps beyond repair. The difference is that Pakistan ... (Full article: 767 words)

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