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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 28 Dec 2001
Pakistan has become a key actor in the realm of international relations post 11 September 2001. Like after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, its geopolitical situation has made it the main base for military operations and the fight against Bin Ladens jihadist network. But the strategic position, this time round, was also due to its special links with the Taliban.
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ISBN-13: 9788173044076
ISBN-10: 8173044074
Pagini: 352
Dimensiuni: 147 x 226 x 24 mm
Greutate: 0.54 kg
Editura: Manohar Publishers and Distributors

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Introduction

Part 1: Failed State: Ethnic Conflicts and Sectarianism
1. The Punjabization of Pakistan: Myth or Reality - Ian Talbot
2. The Mohajir Issue - Yunas Samad
3. The New Religious Groups - Saeed Sahfqat
4. Islam, the State and the Rise of Sectarian Militancy - S.V.R. Nasr
5. Interpreting Ethnic Movements in Pakistan - Christophe Jaffrelot

Part 2: At the Crossroads of Regional Tensions
6. The Indian Syndrome: Between Kashmir and the Nuclear Predicament - Jean-Luc Racine
7. The Islamic Dimension of the Kashmir Insurgency - Sumit Ganguly
8. The Regional Dimension of Sectarian Conflicts in Pakistan - Mariam Abou Zahab
9. Pakistan and the Taleban - Olivier Roy
10. The Taleban Factor in Regional Politics - Gilles Dorronsoro
11. The Geopolitics of Pakistan's Energy Supply - Frederic Grare

Part 3: State Without a Foreign Policy?
12. The Dialectic between Domestic and Foreign Policy - Mohammed Waseem
13. The 'Multivocal' State: The Kashmir Politics of Pakistan - Amelie Blom
14. Does the Army Shape Pakistan's Foreign Policy? - Ian Talbot
15. Conclusion: And Yet It Exists - Pierre Lafrance