If we talk about the ways disasters impact on democracy and the ways democracies cope with them, we can see considerable variation from country to country, even though the impact of a disaster is always a testing case. In my view it’s not democracy but a functioning system that helps […]
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Pakistanis are mistaken if they believe they could over run Kabul and make Karazi escape on a motorbike; he is too grown up for that sort of stint. Americans are miscalculating if they believe they could get Afghanistan on its feet without the help of Pakistan. Afghanistan on its own or with others support would never remain stable and Pakistani support would remain crucial for its stability. At the end all these sides have to come clean for the only purpose of peace and stability rather than for their very own vested interests. It is not just important for the country but for the region and the wider prospects of peace in the world.