Politics Articles | Part One: Pakistan's Path to the Brink of Failed Statedom | Miller-McCune Online Magazine

As U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visits India, we look at its neighbor and enemy Pakistan, America's oldest friend in the Subcontinent. The United States has dumped billions of dollars into Pakistan as it has sailed closer than ever to becoming a nuclear-armed failed state. Where does it go from here, our Ken Stier asks in the first of a two-part analysis. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by J Sinclaire - Jul 21, 2009 - 9:21 AM PDT
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J Sinclaire
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by J Sinclaire - Jul. 21, 2009

This is an unsentimental look at Pakistan and the wasted billions that the US has poured into it in all the wrong places. Stier points out a scary notion: Pakistan may become the first ever failed state with nuke capabilities.

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W. MacKenzie
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by W. MacKenzie - Jul. 27, 2009

Excellent article about Pakistan and the fact that it may become a nuclear-armed failed state. This is part one; part two is just as good.

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