What we are seeing in the Muslim world is political ferment that will go back and forth between the old & new systems
The campaign against extremism must include simultaneous action on a number of fronts, not just the use of force
US should look at developing situations in Afghanistan & Pakistan to draw some important policy & operational lessons
The large Pakistani diaspora in US made no attempt to project their country by suitably greeting the Pakistani leader
It's interesting to note that the PTI captured almost the same number of votes as the increase in the total votes cast
How should one view the Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri campaigns?
The point of this exercise is that while the real cost of the Islamabad demonstrations it must be calculated carefully
Each time Pakistan seems to be set on a rapid growth trajectory, politics has intervened to disrupt the process.
The economy is neither growing at that rate nor is the government placing emphasis on developing the sectors.
Sustained economic progress will not come about without political stability.
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