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It was Pakistan that helped create the Taliban in the early 1990s and has supported them ever since. In order to bring peace to Afghanistan, the influence of Pakistan must be terminated. This is particularly urgent because of Pakistan’s position as a leading nuclear power. In 2009 the American ambassador to Pakistan, Anne W. Patterson, noted that enriched uranium being produced in Pakistan might be acquired by terrorists to produce their own bomb. Ten years later, that danger still exists. Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook, Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Trump's tweets on Friday have refreshed fears of a trade war. There is an even more basic problem: Some middlemen close to elite players — people who might have been directing or receiving the type of “strong-ass offer” that L.S.U. Coach Will Wade described on an F.B.I. wiretap — are unlikely to want their standouts receiving N.C.A.A. tutorials.
As a senior, he took a criminal justice class and enjoyed learning about “how the world of law enforcement works,” according to the yearbook. A former classmate said Mr. Crusius had expressed an interest in becoming a police officer, the classmate’s mother said. But those were rare occasions. Mr. Trump’s secretaries of state, Rex W. Tillerson and Mike Pompeo, did not appear to nurture the “special relationship” between the United States and Britain. Nor did Vice President Mike Pence, who lives next door to the British Embassy.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
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