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Post  aram624 on Mon May 31, 2010 7:15 pm

Talks between Pakistani and Afghan high officials during President Hamid Karzai’s two-day visit to Pakistan could, at best, be described as diplomatic niceties. Given the deep gulf of mistrust and suspicion existing between the alienated neighbours, they do not have any choice but to try to paper over the cracks for the moment, talk like friends, and appear on the same page in front of the media. On the face of it, President Karzai’s talk of the two countries being ‘conjoined twins’ and that he would not allow the Afghan territory to be used against Pakistan gives an impression that all is well, but the fact of the matter is that a large majority of Afghans hold Pakistan responsible for their miseries because of Pakistan’s policy over the last four decades of treating Afghanistan as its backyard under the garb of strategic depth. Not surprisingly then, the Afghans did not respond warmly to Pakistan’s offer of training the Afghan security forces. From their perspective, it would be disastrous to open yet another door for Pakistan to try to manoeuvre circumstances in the war-ravaged country to Pakistan’s perceived benefit.
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Re: how many times I visit everyday ?

Post  Admin on Wed Jun 16, 2010 11:33 pm

aram624 wrote:Talks between Pakistani and Afghan high officials during President Hamid Karzai’s two-day visit to Pakistan could, at best, be described as diplomatic niceties. Given the deep gulf of mistrust and suspicion existing between the alienated neighbours, they do not have any choice but to try to paper over the cracks for the moment, talk like friends, and appear on the same page in front of the media. On the face of it, President Karzai’s talk of the two countries being ‘conjoined twins’ and that he would not allow the Afghan territory to be used against Pakistan gives an impression that all is well, but the fact of the matter is that a large majority of Afghans hold Pakistan responsible for their miseries because of Pakistan’s policy over the last four decades of treating Afghanistan as its backyard under the garb of strategic depth. Not surprisingly then, the Afghans did not respond warmly to Pakistan’s offer of training the Afghan security forces. From their perspective, it would be disastrous to open yet another door for Pakistan to try to manoeuvre circumstances in the war-ravaged country to Pakistan’s perceived benefit.
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