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US President George W. Bush trusts that Pakistan will remain a solid ally against Islamic extremism after President Pervez Musharraf's resignation, the White House said today.
"We're all in this together. And the people of Pakistan and the government of Pakistan know that," spokesman Gordon Johndroe said as Mr Bush spent time on his Texas ranch.
"So we're confident that while we certainly all have more to do when it comes to fighting terrorism, the government of Pakistan will continue in t
CONCERN among US foreign policy elites has shifted from Iraq to Pakistan with a majority believing it is the country most likely to pass nuclear technology to terrorists, a survey released today found.
Pakistan was named by more than half the participants as the country most likely to become the next al-Qaeda stronghold, up from 35 per cent last year.
"In addition, a large majority (69 per cent) of the experts considers Pakistan the country most likely to transfer nuclear technology to terrorists," Foreign Policy and the Centre for American Progress said in reporting the findings.