After the statement of Admiral Mike Mullen the Chief of Staff of the US Armed forces and the pressure brought upon Pakistan to act against the Haqqani faction, it was thought that some result could be expected. This has not happened and Pakistan has announced that they will take no action against the Haqqani faction.
The results have not been entirely unexpected as the Haqqani faction of the Taliban is a close ally of Pakistan and part of its strategy of strategic depth against India. The unfortunate part is that the Haqqani faction at present is not much concerned about
General Kayani has cancelled a proposed visit to London and in a meeting of the corps commanders has decided to defy the USA. Perhaps everything cannot be seen from the American point of view, as it is a fact of history that the same Taliban as well as the Haqqani faction was armed by the USA and CIA themselves. It is another point that they have turned against their mentor. But again this was expected as the US culture of liberalism cannot gel with a hard line Islamic movement. Wonder why the CIA think tank could not see it coming.
Pakistan is disturbed but defiant. Their foreign minister
The question arises, what next ? Obama and his think tank are at their wits end. They have delayed acting against Pakistan by at least a decade and a half. For this the US Presidents and their advisers are to be squarely blamed. The Genie is now out of the bottle and won't go back. Wonder when India was pointing out that Pakistan was the epicenter of terror, why the USA turning a Nelson eye?
In the meantime Pakistan is girding up its lions and the USA is faced with an impossible situation. There is anew government now with Nawaz Sharif, but the Army still calls the shots and no significant change can be expected