Love|Peace It’s no love fest between America’s CIA and its Pakistani counterpart. Yet anyone who reads the newspapers knows that Pakistan is today more aggressive in capturing and containing the Taliban.
Relations between the two groups seem to have improved from a low point in the bush Administration.
In strengthening ties to the ISI, the CIA is aligning itself with a shadowy institution that meddles in domestic politics and has a history of ties to violent militant groups in the region. A CIA spokesman declined to comment for this NYTimes article. Read on.