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Extremism in Pakistan and India

Zahid Shahab Ahmed

Extremism in Pakistan and India

the case of the Jamaat-e-Islami and Shiv Sena

by Zahid Shahab Ahmed

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Published by Regional Centre for Strategic Studies in Colombo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [153]-179).

StatementZahid Shahab Ahmed and Rajeshwari Balasubramanian
SeriesRCSS policy studies -- 50
ContributionsBalasubramanian, Rajeshwari, Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
The Physical Object
Pagination179 p. ;
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25043546M
ISBN 109558051467
ISBN 109789558051467
LC Control Number2010317068

Terrorism in Pakistan according to Ministry of Interior, poses a significant threat to the people of texasbestchambers.com current wave of terrorism is believed to have started in and peaked during Since then it has drastically declined as result of military operations conducted by the Pakistan Army. According to South Asian Terrorism Portal Index (SATP), terrorism in Pakistan has declined 1st Bahawalpur. Pakistan Policy Group (PPG) and India Policy Group (IPG) had the bilateral meeting in which the issues related to radicalization in both countries were discussed. At the end, it was decided that a paper on “Drivers of Radicalism and Extremism in Pakistan” will be .

For more than a decade now, a debate has raged over whether Pakistan is an ally or a foe in the battle against violent extremism. In Western media, analysis usually focuses on Pakistan’s weak civil central government, the virulently anti-Indian military or conspiracy theories. Sep 16,  · Introduction: American support to Israeli’s occupation, Indian terrorism in Kashmir, Russian aggression in Afghanistan and Chechnya, and western anti Islamic campaign under “Clash of Civilization” generated savage culture of bloodshed. Extremism in Pakistan is fallout of Russian invasion of Afghanistan (), fueled by Shia-Sunni proxy war, aggravated by Pakistan’s assistance to.

Nov 15,  · What are the key sources of extremism and violence in post-colonial democracies? What forms of resistance and political mobilisation exist to offer hope for a progressive future in Pakistan and. Current tensions between the United States and Pakistan underscore the problems posed by the Afghan Taliban and Haqqani Network, groups that Washington blames for orchestrating attacks on U.S. troops in Afghanistan from safe havens in Pakistan. However, the story of extremism and terrorism in Pakistan extends well beyond these two groups, and it continues to evolve—even as Pakistan has.


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