Análisis de las relaciones bilaterales entre Pakistán y Estados Unidos en materia de seguridad (Periodo 2007 - 2010)
Paz López, Christian Javier
After the attacks of September 11, 2001, Pakistan has become one of the main U.S. allies to counter terrorist forces of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban in central and southern Asia. The bilateral alliance has not declared determinant results to relieve security concerns in Pakistan, by contrast, its population is increasingly involved in the dynamics of Islamic jihad and the terrorist attacks that threaten the civilian population and national security are more frequent. Thus, the efforts of Pakistan and U.S. goverments to face the terrorism after 11-s, have not weakened neither the militancy capacity nor influence scenario of jihadist networks.