Pakistan & Afghanistan: Domestic Pressures and Regional Threats

Vol. 63, No. 1 - Fall/Winter - 2009

The Politics of Civil Service Reform in Pakistan

By Andrew Wilder

The Hegemon’s Dilemma

By Austin Long

Reshaping Religious Institutions: Studying the Impact of State Involvement and Regional Conflict on Pakistan’s Madrassahs

By Tabinda Khan

Pulling the Rug out from under Al Qaeda

By Francesco Mancini

Reshaping Religious Institutions: Studying the Impact of State Involvement and Regional Conflict on Pakistan’s Madrassahs

By Tabinda Khan

Further Reading

By Abdullahi Boru, Dacia McPherson, Gerri Pozez, Irina Gambs, Jeffrey Klug, Khisraw Amini, Kyle Henderson, Mujtaba Rahman, Rohina Phadnis, Scott E. Hartley, Sonia Luthra, Waheed Ahmad Sheikh

The Role of Politics in Pakistan's Economy

By Ishrat Husain

Pakistan’s Strategic Interests, Afghanistan and the Fluctuating U.S. Strategy

By Syed Farooq Hasnat

India-Pakistan Rivalry in Afghanistan

By Nicholas Howenstein, Sumit Ganguly

Gaming The System: How Afghan Opium Underpins Local Power

By Justin Mankin

Pakistan’s Own War on Terror: What the Pakistani Public Thinks

By C. Christine Fair

Editors' Foreword

By The Editors