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Posted by GP38/R42 Chris on Tue May 1 14:32:18 2012, in response to Re: Arianna Huffington too (SEALs angry at Obama using OBL assassination in campaign), posted by Fred G on Tue May 1 13:12:10 2012.????
Did you even read any of the links you posted?
Link One: Question: How might Pakistan’s civilian/military relations change following Musharraf’s
Frederic Grare: It’s quite difficult to tell right now.
Written in August 2008. Tells us NOTHING.
Link Two: HONOLULU (Aug. 22) – Pakistan can remain a key player in the battle against terrorism even with the departure of U.S. ally Pervez Musharraf if the global community – particularly America – has the patience to let that nation find its own way forward, East-West Center Senior Fellow Shabbir Cheema said this week.
Written August 2008. Tells us NOTHING, other than it will be "important to keep them as an ally".
Link Three: Talks about Israel and how it affects the area and relations. Tells us nothing about the topic at hand.
Link Four: which is being underplayed by the Musharraf administration. It is about time that resentment and anger of the Pakistani nation, is honestly and bluntly communicated to President Bush and his administration.
The article was written while BUSH was president and Musharraf was still, in power, thus prior to 2008. Tells us NOTHING again.
Link Five: JERUSALEM: Pakistan should be open to the idea of establishing relations with Israel in order to counter the "pro-India" stand usually adopted by it on key issues like Kashmir, former President Pervez Musharraf has said.
The article again is in reference to ISRAEL. Tells us nothing about the topic at hand again.
Link Six: 20-Aug.-2008 PAKISTAN: STRATEGIC CHALLENGES FOR UNITED STATES IN POST-MUSHARRAF PHASE
Written in August 2008. Tells us NOTHING about the topic at hand except the US will have challenges in the future post musharraf.
Link Seven: New envoy urges US to bail out PakistanBy Farah Stockman, Globe Staff | November 10, 2008
WASHINGTON - With Pakistan teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, Husain Haqqani put on a powder blue tie and made his pitch. A quick infusion of US cash, he said, would ensure that Pakistan will be able to afford to keep up its expensive military operations near the Afghan border.
Article written in Nov 2008 about how important money will be to pump into Pakistan. Bush was still president.
Link Eight: Talks about how Musharraf wanted a friendly government in Kabul, and talks about the US and Musharraf's agreement on how they would be able to use Pakistan to fight in Afghanistan. Again, this is completely through the agreements with Musharraf.
Link Nine: Talks about Musharraf's view on how the US-Pakistani relationships have eroded slowly since the Iron Curtain fell as the US slowly shifted more towards India.
Link Ten: Talks about post US Post-911 interests in South Asia.
I see not ONE article that has anything to do with the discussion. It appears you didn't read one link you posted in this list.