U.S. Policy Toward Pakistan: Misunderstandings Abound

Editor’s note: Click here to listen to our podcast featuring audio excerpts of the Hudson Institute’s March 16 conference on Pakistan. When lawyers in the United States are dissatisfied with government actions, they launch lawsuits and lobby for changes in procedures, policy, and legislation. In Pakistan, they stage street protests. The decision by Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf to dismiss Chief Supreme Court justice Iftikhar Chaudhry on March 9 has created the most serious domestic political crisis in the history of Musharraf’s government. The president claimed he acted after learning of unspecified misconduct on Chaudhry’s behalf. Most observers view the move […]

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