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Pakistan Wary Of Ripples From GOP Gains In U.S.

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Pakistan Wary Of Ripples From GOP Gains In U.S.

Pakistan Wary Of Ripples From GOP Gains In U.S.

Pakistan Wary Of Ripples From GOP Gains In U.S.

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A report from Pakistan on reaction to Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections.

STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

And now let's get some reaction to the election from the other side of the world.

A: NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

JULIE MCCARTHY: How Pakistan is perceived in the power corridors of Washington matters: as a stalwart ally or a lukewarm partner in the battle against global extremism?

INSKEEP: Julie McCarthy NPR News, Islamabad.

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