The Problem With Pakistan's Military
9:00 AM, Jun 1, 2011 • By SIMON HENDERSON
According to Khan, the cancellation of the project also resulted in the expulsion of North Korean engineers and technicians, who had been working on the missile project as well as learning about uranium enrichment technology. This point speaks directly to the current crisis in U.S.-Pakistani relations. Musharraf was apparently willing to do some diplomatic favors for Washington. There is little indication that Pakistan's current military leadership is inclined to do the same.
Simon Henderson is the Baker fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
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