USA is weighing of unilateral strikes option on pakistan in case of succesful terror attack on usa emanating from pakistan.But i think usa is beibg too rude and pushy towards pakistan.There will always be chance that terrorists will try to attack usa in order to disturb peace and relation between the two countries.USA must not allow it to be carried away by emtions in case of terror attacks it must show restrain and keep talking to pakistan on strategic and composite dialogue.usa must understand that pakistan is a nuclear state and there can be dangers of nuclear exchange between the two if usa attacks pakistan pre-emptively.there are chance that pakistan may react with nukes and wipe out lacs of usa forces stationed in gulf and afghanistan.So being a responsible big superpower usa must be paitent enough and must restrain itself unless it can flare nuke exchange in entire middle east wiping out 1/3 rd of its forces....dont think im sarcastic......=heheh U.S. studies options for possible Pakistan attack: report WASHINGTON Sat May 29, 2010 12:13am EDT (Reuters) - U.S. military leaders are reviewing options for a unilateral strike in Pakistan if there is a successful attack on American soil tied to the country's tribal areas, The Washington Post reported in its Saturday edition. WORLD The newspaper said senior U.S. military officials stressed a possible strike would only be considered under extreme circumstances such as a catastrophic attack that convinced President Barack Obama that the campaign using CIA drone strikes is not working. The officials said airstrikes would be the most effective option in reducing the threat posed by al-Qaeda and other groups, but the United States must be careful not to damage its military relationship with Pakistan to a point where it cannot be repaired. CIA-operated drones have targeted Taliban figures in Pakistan's tribal areas and the group has vowed to avenge missile strikes that have killed some of its leaders. The failed Times Square bombing on May 1 has revived international fears about Pakistan, a U.S. ally in the campaign against militancy. It also has forced the Obama administration to review how it would respond to a successful attack on U.S. soil. U.S. authorities say Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani-American, has admitted to the Times Square bomb attempt and has been cooperating with investigators since his arrest on May 3. American and Pakistani authorities are likely scrambling for clues on whether those detained have ties to militants in Pakistan, who are bent on toppling the state and are violently opposed to the U.S. presence.