Restructuring Pakistan: A Global Imperative

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Manas Publications, Jan 1, 2002 - National security - 244 pages
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In A Bold Departure From Conventional Thinking On The Subject, The Author Presents An Exciting Blueprint For The Resurgence Of Pakistan From A Terrorism Sponsoring State To A Dynamic And Responsible Member Of The Community Of Nations. In A Veritable Tour De Force He Demonstrates That 'Fundamentalism' Has A Limited Lifespan. He Goes On To Say That If Fundamentalism Is Not Given Up, It Will Self-Destruct The Polity That Adheres To It. The New Global Currents Linked To The Spread Of Knowledge, Thanks To The Information Revolution, Will Take Care Of That, Says The Author Who Has Dealt With Several Other Issues Ranging From The Nuclear Issue To The Interplay Of Global Forces In Asia Including Afghanistan.(Also By The Same Author: Restructuring South-Asian Security - Details Inside)

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Maj. Gen. Vinod Saighal is the executive director of the Eco Monitors Society, a nongovernmental organization concerned with demography and ecology. He is a retired director general of military training for the Indian Army. He was India's military attache in France.

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