Pakistan and United States are time-tested disenchanted tactical partners with divergent priorities and overlapping strategic interests, which could bring both onboard for tactical consideration but not strategic transformation. History is the best to devise the outlook of this nearly mutually-agreed divorced relationship which ever been of ‘marriage of conveniences’ as 1950’s, 1960’s, 1980’s, and now evident to file divorce again. Peace and stability in Pakistan is directly proportional to stability and peace in Afghanistan. Security perceptions and strategic interests of Pakistan are the biggest hindrance in transformation of its policies and foreign relations. Bolstering Indian military might and economic boom is a reason of paranoid Pakistani security-state like policies.