Pakistan: Beyond the “Crisis State” By Maleeha Lodhi
Pakistan: Beyond the “Crisis State” By Maleeha Lodhi.
Book For CSS PMS Pakistan Affairs
About the Book
Uniting an unprecedented exhibit of specialists, including famous Pakistani columnist Ahmed Rashid, Pakistani American humanist and student of history Ayesha Jalal, and Zahid Hussain, writer of a few books on Islamic hostility in Pakistan, “Pakistan: Beyond the “Crisis State” “takes novel load of the Islamic republic’s principal qualities and shortcomings.
Introducing an image of the country as perceived by its kin, this collection surveys the political, monetary, social, and international strategies of a troubled government and its institutional difficulties. Minister Akbar Ahmed, seat of Islamic examinations at American University, and Munir Akram, Pakistan’s previous envoy to the United Nations, give basic viewpoints on Pakistan’s future. Extra expositions catch the mind boggling interaction among homegrown and outer pressing factors, for example, the assortment of forces that keep on controlling the nation’s conduct and results. The donors assembled here eventually reason that Pakistan is fit for progressing into a steady present day Muslim state, however intense changes are vital. Offering an itemized and adjusted plan for such change, “Pakistan “makes a striking stride in reeling the nation back from the edge of emergency