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Illustration on Pakistan's radicalization by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Time for U.S. to unfriend Pakistan

Who’s to blame for America’s humiliating surrender in Afghanistan? We would be remiss to ignore the contributions of others to this historic fiasco. Prominent among them: Pakistan’s leaders.

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Illustration on Pakistan's radicalization by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Time for U.S. to unfriend Pakistan

Who's to blame for America's humiliating surrender in Afghanistan? We would be remiss to ignore the contributions of others to this historic fiasco. Prominent among them: Pakistan's leaders.