Very good topic and an interesting one
Earthquake in Pakistan is more than an eye-opener for the nation. Devestations it caused exceeded proportions of small nuclear attack. It has shaken the very foundations of economy. It clearly shows how fragile country's economy is for it can't sustain a major catastrophy in remote areas, let alone, God forbid, disaster at any major economic center.
I'm not sure what you mean by US military presence in NW Pakistan. US provided much needed chopers and heavy equipment for relief work. It is not hidden from Pak military command or political leadership that such military hardware of US forces, deployed in forward war zone, are fully equipped with reconnaissance and surveilance gadgets. Desparate for aid (or an opportunity for politicians to satisfy their appetite for easy money), authorities in Pak accepted US offers.
"what is going to happen in next couple of years in pakistan.kashmir issue it seems is almost resolved but not in the way ppl of pakistan would like it to."
Do you mean Pak is conceding Kashmir to India? I don't think Pak will commit suicide. Kashmir's strategic imortance for Pakistan are more than it is for India, China or U.S. I don't really think Pak will ever compromise its very existence especially by unsecuring its borders. Pak's trade as well as military routes to China (very strategic to Pak's existence and economic survival especailly in the event of conflict with India) can not be compromised.
Politics in Pakistan are not about safegaurding Paki interests. Its mostly about power grabbing which is then used for material gains. I don't think, in-power PML, government is capable of handling such complex issues.
Military strategists and GHQ in Pak don't have confidence in corrupt civilian government or establishment when it comes to strategic defence issues. If this institution has been plagued with corruption, then there is a serious strategic crises in Pakistan.