Pakistan by C. Christine Fair
Can the United States Secure an Insecure State?

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The authors exposit likely developments in Pakistan's internal and external security environment over the coming decade; assess Pakistan's national will and capacity to solve its problems, especially those relating to security; describe U.S. interests in Pakistan; and suggest policies for the U.S. government to pursue in order to secure those interests.
 

About C. Christine Fair

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A former senior research associate at USIP, C. Christine Fair is a senior political analyst with the RAND Corporation. Keith Crane (PhD, Economics, Indiana University) is a senior economist at RAND. Areas of expertise include Economics of Transition and Economic Forecasting, Transportation Economics, and Defense Economics.
 
Published April 13, 2010 by RAND Corporation. 260 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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DNA

This anthology of raw, fresh writing from Pakistan resists pandering to the stock image of the country proliferating in the media.

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ForeWord Reviews

Abuses at Abu Ghraib prison further inflamed anti-American ideology, although the author points out that Saddam Hussein was much more brutal to his own Muslim prisoners.

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