The deepening political and economic cries

Raza Ahmad Rumi

The year 2021 ended with a brewing political crisis and economic meltdown that was long in the making. During 2022, both these crises are likely to intensify – thereby resulting in regime change or mass protests, which will pose yet another challenge to the Pakistani state — with serious implications for security and foreign policy choices. Read More…

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