CNBC: Trump's pick for national security advisor could push Pakistan closer to China, Russia and Iran

CNBC: Trump's pick for national security advisor could push Pakistan closer to China, Russia and Iran
In this file photo, John Bolton speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Oxon Hill, Maryland, US, Feb. 24, 2017. (REUTERS)
Updated 06 April 2018

CNBC: Trump's pick for national security advisor could push Pakistan closer to China, Russia and Iran

CNBC: Trump's pick for national security advisor could push Pakistan closer to China, Russia and Iran

April 6: CNBC report by Nyshka Chandran states that President Donald Trump's choice to tap John Bolton as national security advisor is widely expected to produce more hawkish U.S. foreign policy on rogue states such as North Korea and Iran. Pakistan, a country that's long been a thorn in Washington's side, could also be affected.
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