Pakistan: Flawed Not Ailed State
Foreign Policy Association, 2001 - 80 ページ
Fifty-Four Years After its Creation, Pakistan remains a nation in the making, a medium-sized country important to the United States and the world at large, bordering such diverse neighbors as Iran, Afghanistan, China and India. The author traces why Pakistan has failed to achieve political stability, sustained economic growth or a clear sense of national identity and describes the evolution of its foreign and security policies.
A declared nuclear-weapons state, Pakistan's relations with India, particularly concerning disputed Kashmir, and its support for the extremist Taliban in Afghanistan cause Americans and others considerable concern and present Washington with an extremely perplexing foreign policy challenge.
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