The Afghanistan-Pakistan Theatre Militant Islam, Security and Stability

By: Dr. S.K. Shah

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AfPak (or Af-Pak) was a neologism used within U.S. foreign policy circles to designate Afghanistan and Pakistan as a single theater of operations. Introduced in 2008, the neologism reflected the policy approach introduced by the Obama administration, which regarded the region of Afghanistan and Pakistan as having a single, dominant political and military situation that required a joint policy in the War on Terror. The Afghanistan–Pakistan skirmishes are a series of ongoing armed skirmishes and firing exchange that have occurred since 1949 along the Durand Line between the Afghan National Security Forces and Pakistan Armed Forces. The latest hostilities began with the overthrow of Taliban government. In the lead up to 2014, when the Coalition forces will be leaving Afghanistan, Pakistan will have a crucial role to play, not only in the negotiations but also in its relationship with the Afghan Taliban groups hiding in Pakistan. Indeed, there are historical, ethnic, operational and strategic reasons why Pakistan should have a seat at the negotiating table. Pakistan will want to make sure that its Taliban allies get a fair deal in the final outcome. While this may appear to be a good outcome for Islamabad in the medium term, it may not be good for Pakistan’s long-term stability. This work is essentially useful for scholars researchers social activists academics government functionaries and the general reader alike. 287

Title: The Afghanistan-Pakistan Theatre Militant Islam, Security and Stability

Author Name: Dr. S.K. Shah

Categories: Deffence/ MIlitary History, India,

Publisher: New Delh, Lenin Media Pvt. Ltd.: 2018

ISBN: 9789385494337

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Seller ID: 1201457

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