The Day After
In the wake of the devastating incidents of 2011, the Pakistan-us relationship now needs a strong injection of stability, trust and respect in order to survive.
By Dr. Moonis Ahmar botabad and the attack on the Salala checkpost near the Pak-Afghan border which killed 24 Pakistani soldiers and officers, augmented the level of complications in Pak-U.S. relations.
With the dawn of the year 2012, tension, anger, antagonism, mistrust and suspicion overshadowed goodwill, normalcy and stability in PakU.S. relations. Realizing the gravity of US too, shows blatant signs of antiPakistan rhetoric, impatience and mistrust. Nothing else has so negatively impacted people-to-people interaction and influenced mindsets. These complications can no longer be eradicated merely by official statements or by making cosmetic measures.
At least three major steps must be taken by Pakistan and the United