"The country most likely to trouble the world in 2008 may not be Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Afghanistan or even Israel - it could be Pakistan"

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/section/466/story.cfm?c_id=466&objectid=10486240

A friend of mine e-mailed me this editorial published recently in "The NewZealand Herald". It’s sounds like an echo of what we read in Times Magazine a while ago. As mentioned earlier in some blog post by Mr. Haq that the perception of the world has changed about Pakistan & of course it’s based on ground realities no matter what we say or how much we disagree with it due to our natural bias & feelings. Its almost seems certain to me that if we failed to react appropriately (in the very near future) to change this perspective of a weak & an unstable nuclear (Muslim) state to the rest of the world, it would be too late.

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