James M. Lindsay

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The GOP Debate and Pakistani Loose Nukes » Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani (C) with senior army officials and scientists of Pakistan Army?s Strategic Force Command (ASFC) pose for a photograph before test firing the Shaheen-1 (Hatf-IV) Medium Range Ballistic Missile with a range of 700 kilometers at undisclosed loaction January 25, 2008. Pakistan’s army chief dismissed on Friday fears that the country’s nuclear weapons could fall into the hands of Islamic militants as the military test fired a nuclear-capable missile. REUTERS/Stringer (PAKISTAN)

Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani (C) with senior army officials and scientists of Pakistan Army?s Strategic Force Command (ASFC) pose for a photograph before test firing the Shaheen-1 (Hatf-IV) Medium Range Ballistic Missile with a range of 700 kilometers at undisclosed loaction January 25, 2008. Pakistan's army chief dismissed on Friday fears that the country's nuclear weapons could fall into the hands of Islamic militants as the military test fired a nuclear-capable missile. REUTERS/Stringer (PAKISTAN)
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