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Political Reforms in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan (FATA) : Will it End the Current Militancy?

Shah, Sayed Wiqar Ali

In: 1617-5069 , 64 (2012), ISSN 1617-5069

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Abstract

The resurgence of the Taliban and the al Qaida are interwoven with the rising tide of militancy in the tribal areas of Pakistan. After the Taliban’s ouster from Afghanistan, the al Qaida and its supporters regrouped in the FATA and launched attacks on the US and NATO troops in Afghanistan. Pakistan, a major ally of the US on war upon terror tried to quell the insurgents but did not succeed. The cross-border infiltration and attacks on US troops continued, causing serious doubts about Pakistan’s sincerity in the suppression of the militancy. The present research focuses on these and other similar issues including the recent trust deficit between US and Pakistan and the essential measures for bringing stability to the region thus ensuring safe withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014.

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: 1617-5069
Volume: 64
Date Deposited: 30. Jan 2012 09:26
Date: 2012
ISSN: 1617-5069
Faculties / Institutes: Service facilities > South Asia Institute (SAI)
Subjects: 320 Political science
Uncontrolled Keywords: tribal areas of Pakistan , militancy , political reforms , Taliban and al Qaida , US-Pakistan relations
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