I've always felt that the Atlanticists are one of our worst adversaries, because of the clandestine support they give to Pakistan and even China, and the secret antipathy they harbour for India. Some may choose not to believe this of course, calling it a paranoid conspiracy theory. But read this latest article by Myra McDonald.
Myra McDonald is going out of her way to challenge the scrutiny and pressure being put on Pak's ISI at this moment, in connection with the bombing of India's embassy in Kabul. Personally, I'd prefer not to look a gifthorse in the mouth. But Myra seems unhappy that Pak is suffering such accusations, when these were never made before. That Pakistan is indeed guilty of blowing up the Indian embassy is an issue which she carefully and deliberately avoids.
In physics, certain phenomena and behavioural characteristics which are not normally apparent, sometimes become visible under extreme conditions. This can also similarly be the case in the murky world of politics. Normally, the Atlanticists can keep hidden their sympathies for their Pak catspaw. But when the Pak catspaw is under abnormally severe attack and pressure, then the hidden supporters in the Atlanticist community are forced to reveal themselves, as they come forth to assist their Pak catspaw from its predicament.
Meanwhile Robert Kaplan writes in Atlantic Monthly that we shouldn't criticize or expect Pak to stop bombing Indian embassies, until India stops making Pak feel insecure.