A report released over the weekend by a Harvard researcher at the London School of Economics is receiving significant attention across the pond and in the subcontinent, but — so far — not so much in the States. Just in case you missed it, here are a few links.
Pakistan’s puppet masters guide Taliban killers (Times Online-UK)
Pakistan’s ISI military intelligence accused of directly funding Taliban (Times Online-UK)
Pakistan denies ISI supporting Taliban in Afghanistan (Pakistan Observer)
Pakistani President never met with Taliban (The Guardian)
The actual report (this was much more difficult to find than I expected, I don’t think the LSE web staff was working on Sunday):
This week I expect key White House decisions on the crisis in the Gulf of Mexico. These decisions are likely to shape the policy and strategy context for domestic response to emergencies in a manner not seen since 9/11. (Yes, even more than Katrina.) But the international dimension of homeland security will also continue to exert its influence.