National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley said in an interview Tuesday that an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal could be reached this year.

NSA Advisor: Pakistan Is Top U.S. Challenge

Pakistan poses threats to India and the world: US
7 Jan 2009, 0928 hrs IST, IANS

WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s increasingly turbulent border region poses threats not just to the US mission in Afghanistan, but also to neighbouring India and the world beyond, according to President George W Bush’s national security adviser.

“If extremists succeed in destabilising Pakistan, the resulting chaos will threaten the entire region,” Hadley is expected to say in his speech, according to the Journal.


“You can’t really solve Afghanistan without solving Pakistan,” Hadley told the leading financial daily in an interview in his White House office Tuesday. “That’s why I think Pakistan is at the centre” of the challenge for the incoming administration.

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