December 7, 2012

Dealing with Pakistan's Brinkmanship

Shyam Saran, The Hindu

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Islamabad’s expanding nuclear capability is no longer driven solely by its oft-cited fears of India but by the paranoia about U.S. attacks on its strategic assets.

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