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Pakistan Studies For All Levels By Tahir Mehmood
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Pakistan Studies for All Levels presents complete study for all levels and all purposes. I taught this subject and did Master in Political Science. Always , I saw students in difficulties while... More > studying this subject and complaining that they are not having proper material about the subject preparation. So , I fulfilled the wish of my O level students as well as the general readers who want to study this subject or want to know about the Pakistan. This book presents all the aspects of Pakistan studies. It covers Pakistan History, Culture, Economic, Society and Pakistan relations with other countries< Less
Pakistan Studies For All Levels By Tahir Mehmood
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Pakistan Studies for All Levels presents complete study for all levels and all purposes. I taught this subject and did Master in Political Science. Always , I saw students in difficulties while... More > studying this subject and complaining that they are not having proper material about the subject preparation. So , I fulfilled the wish of my O level students as well as the general readers who want to study this subject or want to know about the Pakistan. This book presents all the aspects of Pakistan studies. It covers Pakistan History, Culture, Economic, Society and Pakistan relations with other countries< Less
Train to Pakistan Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Train to Pakistan Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis,... More > Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Train to Pakistan.< Less
Pakistan Country Study Guide By IBPUSA
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Pakistan Country Study Guide By IBPUSA
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Pakistan Country Study Guide By IBPUSA
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Pakistan’s Nuclear Future: Worries Beyond War By Henry D. Sokolski & Strategic Studies Institute
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This volume was completed just before Pakistani President Musharraf imposed a state of emergency in November 2007. The political turmoil that followed raised concerns that Pakistan’s nuclear... More > assets might be vulnerable to diversion or misuse. This book, which consists of research that the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center (NPEC) commissioned and vetted in 2006 and 2007, details precisely what these worries might be. Dr. Ashley Tellis of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Dr. Peter Lavoy, now the National Intelligence Officer for Southwest Asia at the National Intelligence Council, were instrumental in the selection of authors as well as producing original research. Thanks is also due to Ali Naqvi and Tamara Mitchell of NPEC’s staff who helped organize the workshop at which the book’s contents were discussed and who helped prepare the book manuscript. Finally, special thanks is due to Professor Douglas C. Lovelace, Jr., Ms. Marianne Cowling, and Ms. Rita Rummel...< Less
Jihadi Groups, Nuclear Pakistan, And The New Great Game By M. Ehsan Ahrari & Strategic Studies Institute
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Few nations are more central to the security of their region yet more fraught with danger than Pakistan. It is a country with deep internal schisms and with nuclear weapons, attempting to... More > simultaneously rebuild democracy and fend off regional instability and avowed enemies. Of all the world’s nuclear powers, Pakistan is the one most susceptible to some form of armed conflict or internal disintegration. For the United States and other nations concerned with security in South and Central Asia, one of the most ominous trends has been the growing influence of Jihadist groups in Pakistan which feel obligated to wage “holy war” against everything that they perceive as “non-Islamic.” Their objective would be a Pakistani government similar to the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. The danger this would pose to regional stability and U.S. interests is clear.< Less
NATIONAL HIGHWAYS AND MOTORWAY POLICE IN PAKISTAN: An Illuminative Study By Saima Manzoor Arain & Akif Manzoor Arain
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"The Motorway Police System in Pakistan is designed in a manner which enables law enforcement and does not encourage corruption. Enforcement action is transparent because of the tools made... More > available and the manner in which SOPs have been prepared. It operates a traffic law which is as good as any in the world. The officers work in eight hour shifts and get weekly holidays by rotation. They live and work on the highway and are well compensated to be able to run two kitchens. In view of this, the Motorway Police has become a model for policing in Pakistan. Asad Jahangir Khan Ex-IG NH&MP." Thus it is thought provoking: it is revolutionary, opening new vistas and bold horizons of intellectual endeavors. This book is scholarly written and exquisitely presented.< Less
Pakistan’s Nuclear Future: Reining in the Risk (Enlarged Edition) By Henry Sokolski et al.
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This book takes a long look at these threats as possible. Its companion volume, Worries Beyond War, (2008) focused on the challenges of Pakistani nuclear terrorism. These analyses offer a window into... More > what is possible and why Pakistani nuclear terrorism is best seen as a lesser included threat to war, and terrorism more generally. Could the United States do more with Pakistan to secure Pakistan’s nuclear weapons holdings against possible seizure? News reports indicate that the United States has already spent $100 million toward this end. It is unclear what this money has bought. If policymakers view the lack of specific intelligence on Pakistani nuclear terrorist plots against the United States as cold comfort and believe that such strikes are imminent, then the answer is not much. If, conventional acts of terrorism and war are far more likely than acts of nuclear terrorism, then there is almost too much to do.< Less

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