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Post time 2008-8-18 16:28:47 |Display all floors

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well, what is a Subcontinent conflict, counld you please give me an example.

I've not heard about it. Thank you.
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Post time 2008-8-18 16:29:47 |Display all floors
Yuan,

A Subcontinent conflict is one involving the nations of the Indian Subcontinent: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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Post time 2008-8-18 16:54:36 |Display all floors
Originally posted by interesting at 2008-8-18 16:29
Yuan,

A Subcontinent conflict is one involving the nations of the Indian Subcontinent: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.


Thank you. I've just learned that Musharraf resigned, which weakens this assumption.:)
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Post time 2008-8-18 16:59:20 |Display all floors
Yuan,

Actually, it strengthens it. Musharraf, for all his faults, was more pragmatic than other Pakistani leaders in his dealings with India. We shall see if the next leader is more or less inclined to conflict.

On the whole, I really dislike US work with Pakistan, though I should note that this gives the US and China an ally in common.
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Post time 2008-8-19 15:12:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by interesting at 2008-8-18 16:59
Yuan,

Actually, it strengthens it. Musharraf, for all his faults, was more pragmatic than other Pakistani leaders in his dealings with India. We shall see if the next leader is more or less incl ...


And Musharraf's resign weaken the relation between US and Pakistan.

For years US-Indian relationship has been in good condition. Some combined maneuver was held. Observers said their imaginary enemy is China. Maybe they will cut in with Pakidtan first.
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Post time 2008-8-19 15:28:56 |Display all floors
Yuan,

Well, India and China have a frigid history in the 20th century and beyond. A big part of that is that most Indians believe China supplied Pakistan with nuclear knowledge.
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Post time 2008-8-20 10:40:44 |Display all floors

US to consider Musharraf's asylum if asked

Washington - The United States will consider providing former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf with asylum if he asks, US State Department spokesman Robert Wood said Tuesday.

"We haven't been asked to provide him with any asylum or place of residence," Wood said of Musharraf's future.

"If he chooses to take up residence somewhere, I mean if he were to request that, we would obviously look at it," Wood told reporters.

Musharraf, who took power in 1999 in a military coup, resigned Monday in the face of impeachment threats. In his resignation speech, Musharraf said that "Some elements prefer personal interests to national interests. They leveled baseless allegations against me. They deceived the people."

Pakistan's ruling coalition parties on August 7 announced that they would launch an impeachment against the president. The speculation about Musharraf's resignation has mounted since then.

Musharraf, who left presidential office Monday, vowed to defend himself in the face of impeachment. But he added that "For me, it is always Pakistan first."

It was reported that the former Pakistani leader might leave the country for security.
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