Sure, but let us see what the people making the choices decide on both sides.
As I said; if anyone in Pakistan, regardless of their position or institutional affiliation, if will go behind Pakistanis this time would be committing treason. This country has been played with for far too long.
Yes but the vested interests will never miss the opportunity in an effort to put Pakistan on the backfoot.
Apparently that PML N goon, Raja Zaffar-ul-Haq is barking around saying that Pakistan has been training Hamas militants.
Whatever serves Pakistan's national interests the best, obviously according to how Pakistan defines them as a sovereign nation, of course. (The other side will do the same.)
Nothing is wrong with hosting foreign military. Countries great and good with far greater pride like Turkey, Japan, UK, South Korea, UAE host US military bases. However the crucial factor is they must converge with your national security goals. Being used by USA to instal Pakistan hating groups in Kabul is certainly not the case.Maintain policy of no bases
Lend your ears to all, voice to none.....Why this sh!thole is even allowed audience in Islamabad?
American establishment is among the top enemies of Pakistan, and its most potent arm, CIA , is the single biggest reason of hatred that exist between Pakistan and America. This terrorist organization is fully responsible for over 70k Pakistani citizens death since 9/11, working alongside Indian RAW and Israeli Mossad to spread terrorism/destabilisation within Pakistan, using Afghan NDS as their front office. All the different facets of fifth generation warfare, be it economic strangulation, sponsorship of compromised/corrupt/criminal so called leaders within Pakistan, negativity and anti-Pakistani narrative propagation through compromised local and international media, etc etc.
Even ALOC and GLOC (supply lines) connect Pakistan directly to the conflict and they need to have a very clear and defined timeline of wrap up.
Forget about any facility given to yanks, this will perpetually bind Pakistan to conflict and its effects on Pakistan and its citizens. Should have learned a thing or two by now after sacrificing 70k citizens in this nonsensical war of terror.
Unfortunately, Pakistani civil society must keep the vigil as those sitting on top cannot be trusted in negotiations with the yanks. This nation has been sold very badly for some very petty short term gains and mostly personal gain by very few.
Let Lloyd come back and ask in person.
Let us see what the people making the choices decide, given what you say above. I am sure they are aware of it.