US impotent before “buddy” MusharrafPosted on November 3, 2007 by Anon Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has gone ahead and declared a state of emergency on Saturday in Pakistan. Troops have surrounded the country’s Supreme Court building and physically removed Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry who was earlier in the day expelled from the job. The…

Musharraf Imposes Emergency, Suspends Constitution (Update2) By Khalid Qayum and Farhan Sharif Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) — Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf imposed emergency rule and suspended the constitution, snubbing U.S. President George W. Bush’s efforts to promote democracy in the world’s second-largest Muslim nation. “Pakistan’s chief of army staff has declared a state of emergency and…

Post; Official: U.S. Forced Pakistan To Allow Bhutto Back ——————————————————————————– USA TodayOctober 29, 2007 Pg. 10Pakistani government spokesman cites her willingness to cooperateBy Paul Wiseman, USA TodayISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The United States pressured Pakistan to allow former prime minister Benazir Bhutto to return from exile, promoting her as a moderate influence in a country facing…

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2007/10/18/world/20071018_BHUTTO_index.html?partner=permalink&exprod=permalink http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2007/10/18/world/1018-PAKISTAN_index.html?partner=permalink&exprod=permalink Friday, October 19, 2007 Karachi Bombing: Afghanistan and Pakistan Are a Single FrontThe bombing of Benazir Bhutto’s motorcade in Karachi signals a new level of integration of the political arena of Afghanistan and Pakistan. If, as now seems likely, the attack is traced back to the “Pakistani” Taliban of South Waziristan and al-Qaida,…

In Pakistan, Militants Share Principles Of Extremist Vision Boston GlobeOctober 20, 2007 Oppose close ties with US, woman leading nation By Kathy Gannon, Associated Press PESHAWAR, Pakistan – Some are Al Qaeda, some are Taliban, and others are homegrown. But all of Pakistan’s militants share a vision and unshakable beliefs that include a ban on…

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Pak set to witness tumultuous days: Voice of AmericaFrom our ANI CorrespondentWashington, Oct 13: With the Pakistan Supreme Court’s ruling on legitimacy of President Pervez Muhsarraf to contest the recently held presidential polls awaited, and former premier Benazir Bhutto’s refusal to delay her return, the country’s politics may witness tumultuous days, the Voice of America…

China, Pakistan, and TerrorismTarique Niazi July 16, 2007Editor: John FefferForeign Policy In Focuswww.fpif.orgSino-Pakistani relations, which are unparalleled in closeness and warmth, have come under severe strain lately from growing militancy in Pakistan. The Pakistani military’s storming of the Red Mosque (Lal Masjid) has been an important indicator of the changing tenor of the relationship between…

Published: July 23, 2007 at 10:10 AM Commentary: Dogs of war By ARNAUD DE BORCHGRAVEUPI Editor at Large WASHINGTON, July 23 (UPI) — Republican candidate for the presidency Rudy Giuliani, the leading hawk among presidential hopefuls, has appointed Norman Podhoretz senior adviser for foreign policy. A founding member of the neo-con movement, Podhoretz, in the…