October 7, 2011

Assad for President ... of Pakistan

Robert Grenier, Al Jazeera

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Once again, Pakistan and the United States are in crisis mode. 

Admiral Mike Mullen, the outgoing US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has publicly accused the Pakistani intelligence service, the ISI, of acting in league with the so-called Haqqani Network, which the US deems responsible for the recent attack on its embassy compound in Kabul, merely the latest of a string of alleged outrages.

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