Counterinsurgency in Pakistan

Counterinsurgency in Pakistan

Counterinsurgency in Pakistan

Counterinsurgency in Pakistan


It's Christmastime, and Tallulah finally gets what she's been wishing for- a part in a realnbsp; ballet, a professional production of The Nutcracker. She's only a mouse, but she works as hard as if shenbsp;had beennbsp;castnbsp;as the Sugar Plum Fairy.

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This document examines the evolution of militancy in Pakistan, assesses Pakistan’s efforts to counter militants, and offers a range of policy recommendations. It is based on detailed research in Pakistan and an examination of the quantitative and qualitative literatures on counterinsurgency and counterterrorism.

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