Looking at the world and war on terror, post the capture and killing of Bin Laden; what are the concerns about Pakistan itself and its relationship with its neighbours? Professor Lieven, from the Dept of War Studies at Kings College, has travelled extensively for research in Pakistan and other parts of the Muslim world. His recent publication “Pakistan: A Hard Country” Allen Lane 2011 looks its history, structures and regional differences
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