During 2004, Pakistan's civilianizing military regime continued its attempts to balance two seemingly irreconcilable goals: to democratize and stabilize Pakistan's deeply divided political system and to maintain official support, despite nearly unanimous domestic opposition, for U.S. foreign policy in Afghanistan and Iraq. This delicate balancing act was further complicated by the A. Q. Khan nuclear weapons affair.

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