Mr Zardari's frequent visits to meet Chinese investors and businessmen have given rise to allegations that he was going there to promote the business interests of his friends in Pakistan.
Zardari's mishandling of the political situation could come in the way of the US operations against Al Qaeda and the Taliban at a time when the Obama Administration is re-tooling its Afghan strategy.
Like his late wife, Zardari, too, is now being laundered, just like the money he made when last in office as minister for investment. Zardari is perfectly suited to being a total creature of Washington.
After having launched ground and air action against Taliban and Al Qaeda in FATA a month ago and after having intensified the operations against the TNSM in NWFP, Zardari suddenly suspends the operations during the holy Ramazan fasting period startin
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