Good luck to passing this H.R. 3000 over the objection of the military industrial complex, its lobbiest, and surrogates in Congress. One must understand removing the MNNA status from Pakistan maybe necessary political move. However continued cooperation with understanding of Pakistan's issues of survival in a complex regional politics. From one side it's hostilities with India, and on the other the constituency of its radicalized population, which includes its influence in military and other security establishments; the proximity to Afghanistan does not make it easy to totally eradicate fanaticism. Thus, our relations post MNNA should be a mature mix of diplomacy and cooperation to give the population an alternative to rely on.