Thursday, March 03, 2011

For the Serious "Espionage" Reader: Why Intelligence Cooperation between Pakistan and the U.S. is NOT Working

Here is a very thorough and well-researched article into the current situation of diplamatic relationships between the CIA and the ISI (Pakistan's equivalent). It describes why there are no deals on exchanging those caughts and why we're making very little progress on capturing Osaba bin Laden who is reportedly right in Pakistan.

Don't try reading this "at home, unless you are a professional". Seriously, all kidding aside, it's a great primer plus on modern espionage.

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Pakistani Intelligence and the CIA: Mutual Distrust and Suspicion | STRATFOR: "'Pakistani Intelligence and the CIA: Mutual Distrust and Suspicion is republished with permission of STRATFOR.'"



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