Will Pakistan pay for its double game on fighting terrorism?

NY Times:

U.S. Frustration on Terror May Cost Pakistan Millions in Aid

  • American officials are considering withholding $255 million in aid to punish Islamabad for failing to cooperate on counterterrorism operations.
  • The money is a test of whether President Trump will deliver on his threat. A decision could be made in the coming weeks.
It sounds more like a test of Pakistan's cooperation if fighting Islamic terrorism and particular the Haggani group it hosts.  Pakistan is still a strategic route into Afghanistan.  It just needs to get its act together in stopping its territory from being used as a sanctuary for terrorist attacks.

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