31 October, 2006

While Iraq bleeds, Pakisan seethes.

Over at The American Thinker, Rick Moran, of Right Wing Nuthouse, has a valuable analysis of the problems facing President Musharraf in Pakistan, as he attempts to survive whilst juggling support for the War on Terror with the hostility of domestic Islamic extremists.

The conclusions are consonant with my own paradoxical reading of the Waziristan Accord back in September: it is both a sham and a genuine attempt to solve Pakistan's Taliban problem. Welcome to the 2006 edition of The Great Game.

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