Pakistan’s Bleakest Moment
Just when Pakistanis thought they had a new democracy, ushering in a new civilian government, a new president and the end of eight years of military rule, they are faced with the bleakest moment in the country’s history.
Proverbially listed as a failing state, this precariously poised country could now be in a downward spiral towards becoming a failed state.
Internationally isolated and condemned by the world community due to its Afghan policy, Pakistan’s tribal territories have become a free for all firing range for US troops even as the domestic threat from the Pakistani Taleban multiplies.
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