A look at the deafening silence in Pakistan over the Kabul War Diary WikiLeak issue.
Madiha Sattar, senior assistant editor for The Herald in Karachi, talks about how and why it took so long for ANYTHING to be said in Pakistan about the 90,000 page leak of U.S. government documents about the Afghan war.
Pakistan simply has too much at home to worry about. Perceptions of the country in the West take a back seat when severe electricity shortages, spiraling food prices and devastating terrorist attacks confront us every day.
Read the full blog entry here: Pakistan’s non-reaction to Wikileaks