by Ahmed Rashid ISLAMABAD, 22 October (EurasiaNet)–Pakistani officials and Pashtun commanders loyal to former King Mohammed Zahir Shah are displeased with US reluctance to support efforts to launch anti-Taliban military operations in southern Afghanistan. US hesitation stems from concern that Pakistan’s Interservices Intelligence (ISI) may be trying to create another pro-Pakistan government from the rump […]

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