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Michael Krepon quoted in Press Trust of India article on cross-border attacks and Pakistan

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Underlining that cross border attacks have greatly “diminished” Pakistan’s international standing, an American think-tank expert today said that as a result of India’s new policy of retaliation Pakistan is in a bind of “its own making”. 

“What were once deemed to be Pakistan’s strategic ‘assets’ have become serious liabilities. Cross-border attacks have greatly diminished Pakistan’s international standing and the sympathy it receives abroad for long-held grievances,” Michael Krepon, co-founder of the Stimson Center wrote in an op-ed in Arms Control Wonk.

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