U.S., Pakistan beginning to look more like enemies

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ISLAMABAD: You know a friendship has gone sour when you start making mean jokes about your friend in front of his most bitter nemesis. So it was a bad sign this week when the U.S. defense secretary joshed in front of an audience of Indians about how Washington kept Pakistan in the dark about the raid that killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden a year ago. “They didn’t know about our operation. That was the whole idea,” Leon Panetta said with a chuckle at a question-and-answer session after a speech in New Delhi, raising laughs from the audience. The bin Laden raid by U.S. commandos in a Pakistani town infuriated Islamabad because it had no…

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