Mustafa Qadri

Amnesty International

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Pakistani researcher for Amnesty International

Mustafa Qadri on KCRW

Pakistan is crucial to US interests, with a growing nuclear arsenal and a strategic location, but ties to anti-American terrorists and political unrest have strained relations.

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Pakistan is crucial to US interests, with a growing nuclear arsenal and a strategic location, but ties to anti-American terrorists and political unrest have strained relations.

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