Pakistan Newslinks 3 December 2011

3 December 2011 —

Pentagon says Pakistan refuses to jointly investigate raid
Strategic Culture Foundation Today at 04:47

America’s War on Pakistan is Now Official: Anti-NATO Protests across Pakistan Today at 12:18
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

U.S. Afghan Strategy in Disarray
The Real News Network Today at 12:12
Shashank Bengali: Pakistan alliance on the rocks, Afghan economy crashing and Taliban not weakened

Pentagon says Pakistan refuses to jointly investigate raid
Strategic Culture Foundation Today at 04:47

Pentagon says Pakistan not joining bombing probe
AP US Defence and State Department officials said the US continues to reach out to Pakistan and hopes that the relationship can be mended. — Photo by AFP WASHINGTON: Pakistan is refusing to participate in the US investigation of last week’s Nato …

Pakistani Taliban may have worked with Al Qaeda to kidnap American development …
New York Daily News
The Pakistani Taliban may have teamed up with al Qaeda to kidnap a 70-year-old American USAID contractor residing in Pakistan, according to a report from NBC News. Al Qaeda took credit Thursday for Warren Weinstein’s Aug. 13 kidnapping in an audio …

Move to Get Bin Laden Hurt Polio Push
Wall Street Journal
By OWAIS TOHID MOHABATABAD, Pakistan—The United Nations says a reportedly fake vaccination campaign conducted to help hunt down Osama bin Laden has caused a backlash against international health workers in some parts of Pakistan and has impeded …

An Insider Analysis of Pakistan’s ‘Memogate’
In an analysis of Pakistan’s ‘Memogate,’ Mansoor Ijaz, a key player in the controversy, offers his interpretation of the actions of Islamabad’s erstwhile ambassador in Washington—actions that led to an uproar in Pakistan and the envoy’s ouster. …

NATO/ISAF attack compels Pakistan to re-visit its national security paradigm: PM
Associated Press of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Dec 2 (APP): Terming the November 26 NATO/ISAF attack on border posts in Mohmand Agency as “a grave infringement of Pakistan’s territorial frontiers,” Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Friday categorically stated that Pakistan, …

Pakistan prisoners do not want to go back home, Centre tells Supreme Court
Times of India
Pakistani prisoners on their way to home after being released by Indian administration, at Attari-Wagah border earlier this month. NEW DELHI: For years, the Supreme Court egged on the Centre to expedite deportation of hundreds of Pakistani prisoners …

Pakistan’s absence in Bonn conference won’t make a difference: Kabul
The Express Tribune
Pakistan had always said it was part of the solution of Afghan problems, Faizi said, adding if that really was Pakistan’s stance, then it should understand the importance of its participation in the conference. However, he reiterated, if Pakistan …

Can Imran Khan finally win it again for Pakistan?
Daily News & Analysis
Cricketer and president of his political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (movement for Justice), Imran Khan is positioning himself to lead the nation in the next general election. Drawing huge crowds across the country, the former cricketer has …

Sovereignty: Pakistan’s Pandora’s box
by Waris Husain on December 3rd, 2011 (15 minutes ago) | No Comments As bullets and drone bombs rain down on the Pakistani Army and civilians in the border region, many have passionately raised the issue of Pakistan’s sovereignty. …

Pakistan official denies OK given for NATO air strike – The Express …
Military official says US aircraft had already engaged when Pakistan was contacted.

This Week at War: The Pakistan Equation – By Robert Haddick …
U.S.-Pakistan relations are once again in a deep freeze after a recent nighttime border clash that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. Pakistan responded to the death of its soldiers, killed by U.S. airstrikes during the battle, by shutting down the supply …

Pakistan NATO Attack: Military Claims Confusion, Communication …
By The Huffington Post News Editors
ISLAMABAD — U.S. officials gave Pakistan soldiers the wrong location when asking for clearance to attack militants along the border last weekend, Pakistani military officials said Friday. The strike resulted in the deaths of 24 soldiers and a …

Pakistan orders troops to return fire if attacked by US | The Daily Caller
By Paul Conner (admin)
Move is likely to increase tensions after American-led air raid killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

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Posted 3rd December 2011 by InI in category Pakistan Newslinks

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