1 edition of FATA--a most dangerous place found in the catalog.
FATA--a most dangerous place
|Statement||principal author, Shuja Nawaz ; foreword, Arnaud de Borchgrave|
|LC Classifications||HV6433.P18 N38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||2008050502|
One of his other acclaimed books include FATA: A Most Dangerous Place (CSIS, Washington DC January ). Nawaz begins Crossed Swords with a profound and multi-layered understanding of Pakistan Army’s historical nature and role in the country’s polity as well as its turbulent relationship with the United States. His latest book is Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within (Oxford University Press ), available on the web and from leading booksellers worldwide. He is also the principal author of FATA: A Most Dangerous Place (CSIS, Washington, D.C., January ). He can be contacted at [email protected]
30 | fata—a most dangerous place is relatively better and more easily controlled by the Pakistan Army and local police forces. Aid programs would have to take into account the . This article is derived from “FATA: A Most Dangerous Place” released by the Center for Strategic and International Studies in January Notes  “Increased Oversight and Accountability Needed over Pakistan Reimbursement Claims for Coalition Support Funds,” U.S. Government Accountability Office, Combating Terrorism GAO, June.
He is the author of Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within/ He is also the principal author of FATA: A Most Dangerous Place, Pakistan in the Danger Zone: A Tenuous US-Pakistan Relationship, and Learning by Doing: The Pakistan Army’s Experience with Counterinsurgency. Reception and book sale to follow event. CSIS Publications - FATA--A Most Dangerous Place With respect to this thread the report states to quote: Declare FATA as part of the Afghan war theatre so CENTCOM can operate with the Pakistan Army in both military and economic development efforts as .
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This most dangerous spot on the map may well be the source of another 9/11 type of attack on the Western world or its surrogates in the region. Should such an attack occur, it likely will be spawned in the militancy that grips FATA and contiguous areas in Afghanistan and Pakistan : $ Frederick Kempe's gripping book tells the story of the Cold War's most dramatic year, when Berlin became what Khrushchev called 'the most dangerous place on earth'.
Kempe re-creates the war of nerves between the young, untested President Kennedy and the bombastic Soviet leader as they squared off over the future of a divided city. FATA — A Most Dangerous Place Septem Shuja Nawaz Increased militancy and violence in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan known as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan has brought FATA into sharper focus, as U.S., Afghan, and Pakistani leaders attempt to find solutions to the problems underlying the.
FATA-A Most Dangerous Place by Shuja Nawaz,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7). The Center for Strategic and International Studies has published a new report, “FATA—A Most Dangerous Place,” about the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of principal author.
Terrorism -- Pakistan -- Federally Administered Tribal Areas -- Prevention. Contents. Machine derived contents note: 1.
A Most Dangerous Place: FATA Explained 1 Why FATA Is the Way It Is 7 The Rising Militancy 9 Basic Perceptions and Realities 10 Pakistan's Role and Concerns 11 Understanding FATA Society and Dynamics 13 Role of the Mullahs Based on 30 years of research and analysis, this definitive book is a profound, multi-layered, and historical analysis of the nature and role of the Pakistan army in the country’s polity as well as its turbulent relationship with the United States.
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In The Most Dangerous Place, Imtiaz Gul, veteran Pakistani journalist, broadcaster and author, chronicles Pakistan's descent into chaos followingand explains the dilemma facing the Obama Administration as it tries to shape a new policy to turn the tide in Afghanistan.
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The observations were part of a report “Fata A Most Dangerous Place” authored by Shuja Nawaz,a Pakistani journalist,who has just been appointed as the first Director of the South Asia Centre at the Atlantic Council of the US.
“Fata remains a most dangerous place,with the failure of governance and the rise of militancy affecting. How and why this porous mountainous region of less t square miles turned into a sanctuary for al-Qaeda and its affiliates is the subject of my recent book, The Most Dangerous Place, which chronicles the cost to Pakistan of America's recent foray into lly, as Neumann cabled Washington, "the tribes were overawed by U.S.
firepower" but it wasn't long before a. The book starts from and covers all the wars that the army has fought as well as the role it has played in shaping the destiny of the country.
Personally, this book is the single best source to gain valuable insights about the army and Pakistan.4/5. Shuja Nawaz, a native of Pakistan, is currently a distinguished fellow at the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center. Most recently, he was the Center’s first director. He is a political and strategic analyst.
Nawaz writes for leading newspapers and websites and speaks on current topics before civic groups, at think tanks, and on radio [ ]. "Fata remains a most dangerous place, with the failure of governance and the rise of militancy affecting Afghanistan and Pakistan not only individually and separately but also jointly," Nawaz said, concluding his observations.
"A nuclear Pakistan as a base for international terrorism is. His latest book is Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within (Oxford University Press ). He is also the author of FATA: A Most Dangerous. The observations were part of a report "FATA A Most Dangerous Place" authored by Shuja Nawaz, a Pakistani journalist, who has just been appointed as.
He is the principal author of FATA: A Most Dangerous Place (CSIS, Washington DC January ), Pakistan in the Danger Zone: A Tenuous US-Pakistan Relationship (Atlantic Council ), Learning by Doing: The Pakistan Army’s Experience with Counterinsurgency (Atlantic Council ), and with Mohan Guruswamy and with a Foreword by former.
FATA-A Most Dangerous Place: Meeting the Challenge of Increased militancy and violence in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan, known as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), have brought this region into sharper focus, as U.S., Afghan, and Pakistani leaders attempt to find solutions to the problems Pages: A nuclear Pakistan as a base for international terrorism is a prospect that the world cannot afford, the think tank said in a report called FATA A Most Dangerous Place, which is authored by Shuja Nawaz, a Pakistani journalist and first director of the South Asia Centre at the Atlantic Council.His latest book is Crossed Swords: Pakistan, its Army, and the Wars Within (Oxford University Press ), available on the web and from leading booksellers worldwide.
He is also the author of FATA: A Most Dangerous Place (CSIS, Washington, D.C., January ).