[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Muslim [Islarnabad], 1 April1989
1 April
Muslim
1989
2
Tahir Amin, The Ethno-National Movements of Paki- stan (Islamabad: Institute of Political Studies, 1988).
Amin
The Ethno-National Movements of Pakistan
1988
3
Ross Munro, "Superpower Rising," Time, 3 April1989, p. 7.
Munro
3 April
7
Time
1989
4
K. M. Arif, "Myth of India's Insecurity," Dawn (Karachi), 19 January1989
Arif
19 January
Dawn
1989
In- dependent (London), editorial, 16 August1989.
16 August
Independent
1989
5
Richard P. Cronin, "India-Pakistan Relations: Issues, Prospects and Implications for U.S. Policy," Congressional Report, 87-359f (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1987), p. 3.
Cronin
India-Pakistan Relations: Issues, Prospects and Implications for U.S. Policy
3
Congressional Report, 87-359f
1987
6
Jang (Rawalpindi), 7 April1989
7 April
Jang
1989
Thomas P. Thornton, "The New Phase in U.S. Pakistani Relations," Foreign Affairs, 68:3 (Summer 1989), pp. 157-58.
Thornton
3
157
68
Foreign Affairs
1989
7
Iftikhar H. Malik, "American Studies Program in Pakistan: A Multi-Disciplinary Ef- fort in Social Sciences," Pakistan Journal of American Studies, 7:1 (March 1989)
Malik
1
7
Pakistan Journal of American Studies
1989
Ste- phen P. Cohen, "Partners or Friends: U.S.-Pakistan Security Relations Revisited," in Pakistan-U.S. Relations: Social, Political, and Economic Factors, Noor A. Husain and Leo E. Rose, eds. (Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1988), pp. 18-29.
Cohen
18
Pakistan-U.S. Relations: Social, Political, and Economic Factors
1988
8
Leo Rose, "The United States and South Asia," a lecture at the Area Study Center, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, 6 April 1989.
Rose
The United States and South Asia
1989
9
Louis D. Hayes, The Struggle for Legitimacy in Pakistan (Lahore: Vanguard Books, 1986), p. 3.
Hayes
3
The Struggle for Legitimacy in Pakistan
1986
10
Benazir Bhutto has alluded to such speculation in her recent autobiography, Daughter of the East (London: Hamilton, 1988), pp. 75-79.
Bhutto
75
Daughter of the East
1988
11
Norman D. Palmer, "The United States and Pakistan: A 'Tortured' Relationship," conference paper, June 1981
Palmer
conference paper, June 1981
The United States and Pakistan: A 'Tortured' Relationship
Rose, "The U.S. and South Asia."
12
Iftikhar H. Malik, "Afghanistan Crisis and U.S. Academics," South Asian Studies, 2: 2 (July 1985).
Malik
2
2
South Asian Studies
1985
13
Bob Woodward, Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA 1981-87 (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1987), p. 311.
Woodward
311
Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA 1981-87
1987
14
House Appropriations Committee, Frontier Post, 14 April1989
House Appropriations Committee
14 April
Frontier Post
1989
Daily Jang (London), 15 September1989.
15 September
Daily Jang
1989
15
Nation (Lahore), 14 April1989.
14 April
Nation
1989
16
Christina Lamb, "Old Orchestra, New Conductor: Bhutto Struggles to Rein in Some Military Adversaries," Time, 27 March1989.
Lamb
27 March
Time
1989
17
U.S. Ambassador Robert Oakley's letter in "Forum," Muslim, 1 April1989.
1 April
Muslim
1989
18
"U.S. Confident of Kabul Fall," Muslim, 15 April1989.
15 April
Muslim
1989
Daily Telegraph, 11 September1989
11 September
Daily Telegraph
1989
19
Leonard S. Spector, The New Nuclear Nations (New York: Vintage Books, 1985), pp. 113-30.
Spector
113
The New Nuclear Nations
1985
20
Muslim, 17 April1989.
17 April
Muslim
1989
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