January 2, 2013

Pakistan's Bleak Outlook Lightened by India

East Asia Forum, East Asia Forum

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With a general parliamentary election likely to be held early in the year, and changes to the leadership of the army and judiciary due by the end of the year, Pakistan faces some daunting challenges as it enters 2013.

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