Rex Tillerson in Islamabad: What do Americans still want from destabilized Pakistan? - Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal - ebook

Rex Tillerson in Islamabad: What do Americans still want from destabilized Pakistan? ebook

Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

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Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

Rex Tillerson in Islamabad: What do Americans still want from destabilized Pakistan?

USA should let Pakistan decide its own course.

Rex Tillerson in Islamabad: What do Americans still want from destabilized Pakistan? is along article on US-Pakistan relations - now badly strained. Graduate students and research scholars would benefit. Teachers also can use this BookRix GmbH & Co. KG80331 Munich

Rex Tillerson in Islamabad: What do Americans still want from destabilized Pakistan?

Rex Tillerson in Islamabad: What do Americans still want from destabilized Pakistan?

 -Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

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In fact, nobody in Pakistan knows that and Pakistanis living in USA and Europe do not make such embarrassing questions because that cost them their luxurious lives at the cost of Islamic Pakistan. .

Known  for secret conspiracies plotted along with its terror ally Israel, USA has literally ruined Islamic Pakistan which now is sure that its very costly nukes are redundant, useless even as effective deterrent. .

The way USA has rendered weak vividly reveals that it does not care to use it for nay useful purposes but only for destructive projects like terrorism. The rich Pakistanis dealing with USA and other western nations in trade related subjects are keen to see a new early thaw in US- Pakistan strains? But will that possible at all now that Pakistanis view America as a rogue state that has ruined their Islamic nation.

America abruptly suspended military aid to Pakistan as a punishment for not ‘doing enough” in murdering Muslims indoors and mutual contacts and even trust level became limited. Washington made it an ugly trick to humiliate Pakistan publically so that India is satisfied.

Last week US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made a dashing trip to Islamabad and met leaders there. As Rex was heading to Pakistan from Afghanistan to pressure Islamabad to act over terrorists targeting Afghanistan from its soil, anxious Pakistanis may be equally interested in dissuading Washington's deepening ties with India.

Nuclear-armed Pakistan, a staunch US Cold War ally and key player in the US invasion of Afghanistan after the September 11, 2001 hoax (attacks) on the United States, has watched warily as Washington has in recent years pivoted towards its arch-foe India. However, Pakistan could not relish the American strategy of promoting India by weakening Pakistan.

USA wants Pakistan to be its major stooge in Asia- now free of cost. But

how can USA foolishly urge a weak Pakistan to ‘do more’ to eliminate Afghan Taliban and Haqqani network?

As US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to Pakistan on Tuesday to pressure Islamabad to act over terrorists targeting Afghanistan from its soil, anxious Pakistanis may be equally interested in dissuading Washington's deepening ties with India.