in his weekly column, Harlan Ullman writes:-
Pakistan faces potentially nation-wrecking economic, political and
security crises in which policies to resolve one exacerbate the others.
A pertinent example is support for American actions in Afghanistan and
against all persuasions of Taliban. One guaranteed consequence is huge
increases in anti-Americanism and even greater opposition to the
government. In essence, unchecked, Pakistan could be headed for a
political meltdown in which an already dysfunctional government becomes
even more dysfunctional and therefore unable to put the nation back on
a sage course.
Read the chillingly fictional scenarion in Click here: The Third World War — A Future History