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Stop Pointing Fingers, Pakistan Suggests

by Jason Ditz

The talking points for a high profile DC visit by ISI chief Lt. Gen. Zaheer ul-Islam are taking shape today, and the talk will center upon convincing the US to treat Pakistan more like an equal partner instead of a scapegoat.

If we are partners we should sit together and have a common strategy,” insisted Interior Minister Rehman Malik, adding that an end to US drone strikes against Pakistani territory was a key issue, along with calls for intelligence sharing.

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