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    US, Pakistan Face Challenges to Keep Relations Steadyi
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    June 13, 2013 11:37 AM
    U.S.-Pakistan relations have seen many ups-and-downs in recent years. With a new government in place in Pakistan, both countries will face challenges to keep relations steady. Kokab Farshori looks at some of these challenges, especially the use of drone strikes in Pakistan, which could become a major bone of contention.

    US, Pakistan Face Challenges to Keep Relations Steady

    Published June 13, 2013

    U.S.-Pakistan relations have seen many ups-and-downs in recent years. With a new government in place in Pakistan, both countries will face challenges to keep relations steady. Kokab Farshori looks at some of these challenges, especially the use of drone strikes in Pakistan, which could become a major bone of contention.


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