Pakistani state aparatus – and the counter terror strategies

Pakistani state aparatus - and the counter terror strategies
Pakistani state aparatus - and the counter terror strategies

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It is since 1980, during the tenure of Gen Zia-ul-Haq as the president of Pakistan and Lt. Gen. Hamid Gul as the head of ISI, that Pakistan adopted the policy of ‘proxy war’ and converted terrorism into a foreign policy tool of the country. Subsequently, many Heads of State ascended the throne in Pakistan but the policy continued. However, such a faulty policy is sure to have it’s own complications. Today, Pakistan itself is the bigger victim of terrorism but still the policy didn’t change much. Here we would suggest you to look into the topic from every possible angle.

  1. Pakistan Army and Terrorism; an unholy alliance
  2. Why Pakistan supports terrorist groups, and why the US finds it so hard to induce change
  3. Solution to the Pakistani Terrorist Quagmire
  4. Revisiting Counter-terrorism Strategies in Pakistan: Opportunities and Pitfalls
  5. The Terrorist Threat and the Policy Response in Pakistan
  6. Pakistan’s Terrorism Dilemma
  7. Back and forth: On Pakistan’s moves to tackle terrorism
  8. Pakistan’s counter-terrorism steps important but not irreversible: US
  9. Pak needs to take irreversible action against terror groups: Indo-US joint statement
  10. Pakistan hopes its steps to ‘eradicate’ terrorism will keep it off a global blacklist
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