Heightened levels of political instability, cross-border insurgency, regional conflict and terrorism all make Pakistan an urgent challenge for policy makers. An Islamic coup or a breach of nuclear security is not on the cards, but stabilizing Pakistan will remain a long and complex task. Until the international community finds a way of making civilian-military co-existence in Pakistan an agent for stability as part of a broader strategic realignment across the region, Islamabad will continue to undermine the security environment across South Asia while remaining a key emitter of global terrorism Show more
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Journal / seriesCSS Analyses in Security Policy
Pages / Article No.
PublisherCenter for Security Studies, ETH
Organisational unit03515 - Wenger, Andreas
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