August 31, 2011 Special Dispatch No. 4109

Pakistani Dailies Look at Crisis in Pakistan-U.S. Relations through Cartoons

August 31, 2011
Special Dispatch No. 4109

Following are cartoons from Pakistani newspapers about the deteriorating Pakistan-U.S. relations, in the wake of the unilateral U.S. operation to kill Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The cartoons also show Pakistan's strengthening of its relationship with China to undercut the U.S. influence in the region.

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Questions U.S. Drone Attacks

Source: Daily Times (Pakistan), May 22, 2011


Uncle Sam Looking As Pakistani, Chinese Leaders Drink From The Same Glass

Source: Dawn (Pakistan), May 19, 2011


Chinese Panda Balances Pakistan Against U.S.

Source: Daily Times(Pakistan), May 20, 2011


U.S.-Pakistan Relations On The Edge

Source: Daily Times (Pakistan), May 17, 2011


Senator John Kerry Tells Pakistani PM: Choose Carrot Or Stick

Source: Daily Times (Pakistan), May 18, 2011


Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Embraces Chinese Bear

Source: (Pakistan), accessed May 20, 2011


No U.S. Apologies For Unilateral Drone Strikes In Pakistan

Source: Dawn (Pakistan), May 18, 2011


Entangled U.S.-Pakistan Relations

Source: (Pakistan), May 18, 2011


CIA, Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Part Ways

Source: Dawn (Pakistan), May 17, 2011


U.S. Unilateralism In Pakistan

Source: Dawn (Pakistan), May 12, 2011


U.S. Ambassador Cameron Munter's Statement On Pakistan Aid

Source: Daily Times (Pakistan), May 1, 2011


U.S. President Barack 'Obama' Shown As 'Osama'

Source: Dawn (Pakistan), May 10, 2011


Pakistan – 'I Have Been In A Crucial State From Day One'

Source: (Pakistan), May 17, 2011

Share this Report: