Instability in United State-Pakistan Relation under General Kayani: India's Response

Tiwari, Kamal Chandra
January 2012
Golden Research Thoughts;Jan2012, Vol. 1 Issue 7, Special section p1
Academic Journal
This paper examines the reason why, India Find it ever more difficult to deal with Pakistan's several power centre? While the new civilian leaders and politicians in Pakistan wishes for peace with India, still power lies with its military, hence they were helpless. It is Gen. Kayani who controls the nation's security, defence and foreign policy. He also directly controls the ISI, an Intelligence wing of the Pakistan army, which is notorious for supporting Islamic terrorism with finance, logistics, training, arms and ammunitions.


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