August 1, 2008 9:25 PM

Why Pakistan is unlikely to crack down on Islamic militants, despite U.S. pressure

The Bush administration and its allies are pressing Pakistan to end its support for Afghan insurgents linked to al Qaida, but Pakistani generals are unlikely to be swayed because they increasingly see their interests diverging from those of the United States, U.S. and foreign experts said.

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