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By Husain Haqqani

Between U.S. allies within the conflict opposed to terrorism, Pakistan can't be simply characterised as both good friend or foe. Nuclear-armed Pakistan is a vital middle of radical Islamic rules and teams. given that September 11, the selective cooperation of president basic Pervez Musharraf in sharing intelligence with the USA and apprehending al Qaeda contributors has resulted in the belief that Pakistan may be able to hand over its longstanding ties with radical Islam. yet Pakistan’s prestige as an Islamic ideological country is heavily associated with the Pakistani elite’s worldview and the praetorian targets of its army. This publication analyzes the origins of the relationships among Islamist teams and Pakistan’s army, and explores the nation’s quest for id and protection. Tracing how the army has sought U.S. help by means of making itself beneficial for issues of the moment--while carrying on with to reinforce the mosque-military alliance inside of Pakistan--Haqqani bargains an alternate view of political advancements because the country’s independence in 1947.

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H. of the American Convention of Human Rights (Advisory Opinion OC-12/91) IACtHR Series A No 12 (6 December 1991) (791 fn 17) Case of the Constitutional Court v Peru (Merits, reparations, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 71 (31 January 2001) (827 fn 61) Case of Godínez Cruz v Honduras (Judgment on the merits) IACtHR Series C No 5 (20 January 1989) (789 fn 10, 796 fn 43) Case of de la Cruz Flores v Peru (Merits, reparations, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 115 (18 November 2004) (221 fn 67, 792, 792 fn 22, fn 23, 793 fn 24, 795 fn 40, 806 fn 99, 809 fn 123, 834 fn 92, 835 fn 93, fn 94) Case of Durand and Ugarte v Peru (Judgment on the merits) IACtHR Series C No 68 (16 August 2000) (209 fn 9, 380 fn 138, 719 fn 203, 805 fn 98, 806 fn 99, 807, 807 fn 106, 808 fn 115, fn 116) li Table of Cases Case of Enforceability of the Right to Reply or Correction (arts 14(1), 1(1) and 2, American Convention on Human Rights) (Advisory Opinion OC-7/86) IACtHR Series A No 7 (29 August 1986) (791 fn 17) Case of Escher v Brazil (Preliminary objections, merits, reparations, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 200 (6 July 2009) (832 fn 78, fn 80, 833 fn 86, 834 fn 87, fn 88) Case of Ticona Estrada and others v Bolivia (Judgment on the merits, reparation, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 191 (7 November 2008) (806 fn 99) Case of “Five Pensioners” v Peru (Merits, reparations, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 98 (28 February 2003) (815 fn 15) Case of Fairén Garbi and Solís Corrales v Honduras (Judgment on the merits) IACtHR Series C No 6 (15 March 1989) (796 fn 43) Case of Baldeón García v Peru (Merits, reparations, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 147 (6 April 2006) (221 fn 57, 793 fn 28, 795 fn 38, fn 40, 796 fn 41, fn 42) Case of Servellón García and others v Honduras (Judgment on reparations and costs) IACtHR Series C No 152 (21 September 2006) (804 fn 90) Case of González and others (‘Cotton Field’) v Mexico (Judgment on preliminary exception, merits, reparations, and costs) IACtHR Series C No 205 (16 November 2009) (808 fn 116, 821 fn 38) Case of Habeas corpus in Emergency Situations (Arts.

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