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US shrinking aid to terror hit Pakistan


Washington: Pakistan continued it support towards the military groups hostile to the United States combine the US military and business relations with India.

It had decreased the Islamabad’s importance as an support and cooperated with Washington, US military, diplomatic, and intelligence officials and outside experts said.

United States both in economic and military had cut in aid to Pakistan; it reflects more frustation developing among the officials with nuclear-armed for contry’s support for Taliba in neighbouring Afghanistan.

Michael Kugelman, a South Asia expert with the Woodrow wwWilson Center, said “We’re seeing a very definitive and very sharp reorienting of U.S. policy in South Asia away from Afghanistan-Pakistan and more towards India.”

The relationship of Pakistan and US is Transactional marked by Marriges of convenience, mistrust, and mood swings.

Barak Obama’s administration desire to avoid the renewed military involvement, he announced he would maintain the trrop levels in Afghanistan at 8,400 through the end of his administration.

Limits of Cooperation
“Congress is no longer willing to fund a state that supports the Afghan Taliban, which is killing American soldiers,” said Bruce Riedel, a Brookings Institution expert and former CIA officer who headed Obama’s first Afghanistan policy review.
Some Officials warns to make relations with Pakistan to decline

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