In a recent interview with Forbes writer Panos Mourdoukoutas, weighs in on the post-9/11 repercussions of U.S. and Pakistan relations, as follows:

“A unilateral default seemed almost inevitable,” writes Marko Dimitrijevic in Frontier Investor (New York: Columbia Business School, 2017). “However, the United States’ post-9/11 collaboration with the Musharraf government to fight terrorism provided an environment conducive for Pakistan to request the rescheduling of its debt.

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