A Pakistani-made Shaheen-III missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads, on display during a military parade in Islamabad. Photo: AP A Pakistani-made Shaheen-III missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads, on display during a military parade in Islamabad. Photo: AP
A Pakistani-made Shaheen-III missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads, on display during a military parade in Islamabad. Photo: AP
Pakistan

As US plays off India and China, it risks losing a nuclear-armed ally: Pakistan

  • As Washington’s focus switches from war on terror to its rivalry with China, Pakistan finds it has lost priority billing in US foreign policy
  • With Islamabad clashing with India over Kashmir, and taking billions of dollars of investment from Beijing, it may decide its future lies with China

Topic |   Pakistan
A Pakistani-made Shaheen-III missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads, on display during a military parade in Islamabad. Photo: AP A Pakistani-made Shaheen-III missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads, on display during a military parade in Islamabad. Photo: AP
A Pakistani-made Shaheen-III missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warheads, on display during a military parade in Islamabad. Photo: AP
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