International Affairs
1 April 2011 , Number 7

As Pakistan grapples with its ongoing political and socio-economic battles, the recent spate of political assassinations and friction with the United States (US) over the arrest and subsequent release of a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent have further exposed the inordinate challenges for the fragile civilian government.

Authors

Rosheen Kabraji
(Former Chatham House Expert)

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