Strategic sense is necessary to exploit best development potential country has.
Christine Fair and Sarah J. Watson pages 6 x 9 2 illus. The book accurately describes the many tensions, domestic and external, that have led the country to become its own worst enemy, without ignoring the positive societal developments that have taken place in Pakistan's recent past.
A must-read for anyone with an interest in South Asia and its future. Yet Pakistani politics remain a source of anxiety for American policymakers. Despite some progress toward democratic consolidation over the last ten years, Pakistan's military still asserts power over the country's elected government.
Pakistan's western regions remain largely ungoverned and home to the last remnants of al-Qaeda's original leadership as well as multiple militant groups that have declared war on the Pakistani state. The country's economy is in shambles, and continuing tensions with India endanger efforts to bring a durable peace to a region haunted by the distant threat of nuclear war.
Pakistan's Enduring Challenges surveys the political and economic landscape of Pakistan in the wake of U. Experts in the domestic and international affairs of the region consider the country's prospects from a variety of angles, including security issues and nuclear posture, relations with Afghanistan, India, and the United States, Pakistan's Islamist movements, and the CIA's use of drone warfare in Pakistan's tribal areas.
This timely volume offers a concise, accessible, and expert guide to the currents that will shape the country's future.
She is author of several books, including The Madrassah Challenge: Militancy and Religious Education in Pakistan.Mrunal Archive: Diplomacy, International Relations and Indian Dispora for UPSC GS Mains paper 2. Pakistan's Enduring Challenges surveys the political and economic landscape of Pakistan in the wake of U.S.
military withdrawal. Experts in the domestic and international affairs of the region consider the country's prospects from a variety of angles, including security issues and nuclear posture, relations with Afghanistan, India, and the.
The Spread of the American Political and Economic Model. In addition to cataloging the influences of globalization on culture, students of this phenomenon should ask to what extent the effects on culture are negative or positive, and why they are happening.
Economic Challenges In Pakistan, Way Forward Pakistan is a country has the strategic sense while dealing with the economy. Strategic sense is necessary to .
Pakistan is among the most urbanized countries of South Asia.
As challenges mount, urban planning is gradually finding space in the policy discourse. This is the first of three blog posts on Pakistan’s rapid urbanization. It discusses the pace of urbanization and the major problems associated with it. This will be followed by posts on how [ ].
Environmental issues in Pakistan have been disturbing the balance between economic development and environmental protection. As a big importer of renewable natural resources and a large consumer of fossil fuels, Pakistan’s Ministry of Environment takes responsibility to conserve and protect the.