Pakistan and the War on Terrorism

September 2004
Military Technology;Sep2004, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p47
Reports that Pakistan's contribution to the U.S.-led international coalition against terrorism allowed the coalition to achieve significant success in the war on terrorism. Upgrade of the status of Pakistan as a "key ally" to a "major non-NATO ally"; Resumption of joint exercises with U.S. forces; Impact of war on terrorism on Pakistan's interests; Kashmir issue; Afghanistan; Pakistan's strategic assets; Domestic political dynamics.


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