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Pakistan: Painting Itself into a Corner

  Canberra, 11 July 2016 Pakistan is a land of contrasts. The disparity between the haves and the have-nots in all aspects of normal life stands out as a prime example. However, the most starkly visible contrast is the two very different conceptual understanding within the nation of the role of religion in the State. […]

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Canberra, 22 October 2012 A number of analysts have opined that Pakistan is in a lot of trouble. This is perhaps a grave understatement—the country is fully enmeshed in a series of issues that all spell ‘disaster’ in capital letters and is hurtling downhill at a speed that defies comprehension. A nation where a 15-year […]

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