"Political Repression and Control"
Pakistan on the Brink
Author: Paul Staniland
MIT Center for International Studies (CIS)
This paper analyzes two conflicts within Pakistan’s polity: rebel conflicts along the Afghan border and the conflict between pro-democracy forces and Musharraf ’s military dictatorship.
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30 May 2007
Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst Vol 9, No 11
Author: Dmitry Shlapentokh, Niklas Nilsson, Haroun Mir, Fariz IsmailzadeErica Marat, Sergei Medrea, Marat Yermukanov, Maruf Kandikov
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program (CACI-SRSP)
This issue of the Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst opens with four analytical articles on the geopolitical implications of Afghan-Russia security cooperation, the outlook for the 2008 presidential elections in Armenia, Turkey's initiative for Afghan-Pak...
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Al Nakhlah - Spring 2005
Author: Doreen S. Denice, Andrew Finkelman, Joshua L. Gleis, Kafia Haile, Anna Tiedeman
Fletcher School, Tufts University /
The first three chapters of this publication address the following topics: the problem of child labor in Pakistan, the role and impact of the Sharia law on Afghanistan’s constitutional development process, and the implications of the radical Islamist...
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