Pakistan has changed markedly in the areas of governance, economics, & foreign affairs during 1996-1997. Nonetheless, the country still faces major problems, particularly with regard to relations between the executive & the judiciary branches of government, sectarian violence, & the continuing deterioration of the environment. The contributors to this up-to-the-minute volume provide insight into each of these crucial factors determining Pakistan's future.
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