Why Pakistan won't share intelligence with the US

Added: 14.01.2018 1:40 | 2 views | 0 comments

Source: factsforkids.net
Source: factsforkids.net

The US and Pakistan have been allies since the early 1950s when American aid arrived to cater to Pakistan's economic and security needs. Between 1959 and 1970, Pakistan provided a base near Peshawar for the CIA to use as a listening post for radio transmission intercepts from the Soviet Union. And during the 1980s, the two countries co-operated closely in the Afghan war, which was mainly fought from Pakistani soil by Afghan guerrillas organised and trained by Pakistani military's intelligence arm, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). But a conflict of interest between the two countries emerged...

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