Sunday, March 16, 2008
US launches deadly missile strike into Pakistan
The level and extent of anti-American feeling in Pakistan are already off the charts. The latest US missile strike there is not going to help. Nor will it do much to help pro-democracy movements there if the civilian political leadership comes to be seen as powerless to stop the Americans from launching attacks such as these, which violate Pakistan's sovereignty - which is not something that one supposedly does to an ally.
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