U.S., Pakistan Vow Broader Cooperation Senior officials from Pakistan are in Washington for wide-ranging talks with Secretary of State Clinton and her colleagues. The two-day meeting is aimed at increasing U.S.-Pakistan cooperation on security, an eventual U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, U.S. military and economic aid, nuclear energy, education and more.
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Senior officials from Pakistan are in Washington for wide-ranging talks with Secretary of State Clinton and her colleagues. The two-day meeting is aimed at increasing U.S.-Pakistan cooperation on security, an eventual U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, U.S. military and economic aid, nuclear energy, education and more.

: NPR's Jackie Northam reports.

JACKIE NORTHAM, Host:

George Perkovich with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace says despite the mutual distrust and suspicion, Pakistan and the U.S. are seeing whether they can develop a fuller relationship.

GEORGE PERKOVICH: I think that's where the two countries are right now. We both feel like we've been betrayed, but we want to go forward, so let's give it a try. And now they're trying to clarify, well, what would that look like? What would the terms be?

NORTHAM: Jackie Northam, NPR News, Washington.

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