Administration can't make up its mind about the ISI

Rick Moran
They're either helping the terrorists or are vital to negotiations in Afghanistan. Which is it? The Obama administration, after correctly calling out Pakistan's intelligence service, the ISI, for assisting that Haqqani network in attacking Americans, is now pleading with them to use their influence to get the terrorists to the negotiating table. New York Times: Just a month after accusing Pakistan's spy agency of secretly supporting the Haqqani terrorist network, which has mounted attacks on Americans, the Obama administration is now relying on the same intelligence service to help organize and kick-start reconciliation talks aimed at ending the war in Afghanistan. The revamped approach, which Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called "Fight, Talk, Build" during a high-level United States delegation's visit to Kabul and Islamabad this month, combines continued American air and ground strikes against the Haqqani network and the Taliban with an insistence that Pakistan's...(Read Full Post)

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