In Beijing last month, US deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage said: "We'll continue to consult closely with the Chinese...our involvement in South Asia." He described the Sino-Pakistan strategic nexus as a "historical relationship".
America therefore is protecting its ties with China while meddling in Kashmir. The same China that illegally transfers nuclear technology to Pakistan.
Yossef Bodansky, director, Task Force on Terrorism of the US Congress, wrote: "The Islamist terrorism campaign...is intensified because of the People's Republic of China. However, its close allies—Pakistan and Iran—bear the brunt of the sponsorship of terrorist escalation...Beijing urged Islamabad to escalate the subversion of eastern India...the isi was providing support to Maoists on behalf of China."
What could be the Sino-American consensus on...