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    War in North-West Pakistan

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    between the sides. And now we move from theory to practice. (Vadim) The armed conflict in the North-West Pakistan It all started back in 2004, when already-existing tensions surrounding the Pakistani Army’s manhunt for al-Qaeda members in Waziristan developed into an armed resistance by Islamist militants made up by local tribesmen. Manpower and resources became almost non-existent in the country after the war, having a long-term effect on the national economy. Formal troops were deployed by the Pakistani

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    Spiritual Leader of the Taliban movement that operates in parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan. He was Afghanistan’s de facto Head of State from 1996 to 2001 under the title “Head of the Supreme Council.” He held the title of The Commander of the Faithful of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan which was officially recognized by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. At the present, he is believed to be in Pakistan directing the Taliban insurgency against NATO forces and the Karzai administration

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    Pakistan Current Events - During the last three years, many key events affected Pakistan. These events increased instability within Pakistan, and damaged the relationship between Pakistan and the United States. In late April 2011, the US conducted an operation to find and kill Osama bin Laden. Special Forces (SF) launched the operation with the reported assistance of a Pakistani doctor, Shakil Afridi. SF found bin Laden in a compound located less than sixty miles outside Islamabad, and less than

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    The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)

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    use during that time. An advancement that the public and foreign nationals debate is the legality of using such aircraft when the weapons systems they carry are used to target suspected threat forces across international borders. Specifically in Pakistan, this has been a particularly challenging problem to overcome. It is hard to debate that given the opportunity to place a machine or a man in harms way, we would choose a machine. This argument can only work so long as the potential for collateral

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    The War on Terrorism and the US Propaganda Machine Totalitarian regimes control their people by bludgeoning and incarcerating them. Critics of Western societies claim that democratic governments maintain approval for their actions through the "manufacture of consent", a cryptic and insidious form of propaganda. "How?", you ask skeptically. By framing the debate, the theory says. By setting up a debate between two opposing acceptable views--one slightly left of government policy, and the other

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    between the United Sates and Pakistan is yet too early to distinguish. The viable questions that can be asked at this time are how the situation and policies changed to this day has and will the changes be permanent? Will the relations between the states ease up or will an even tenser situation between them two come out of the events May 1st 2011? And how may the changes the relations seen so far have an impact on the future relations between The United States and Pakistan? This essay is going to examine

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    The Islamic Republic of Pakistan

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    Pakistan, also known officially as “The Islamic Republic of Pakistan.” The government in Pakistan is a nominal democracy by military leader Pervez Musharraf. In the south and north it can be cold and dry during December to February, but in the south June to September is monsoon season with high winds and intense rain. Pakistan has a high conflict with India, about the Kashmir. As both wanting it for independence, from 1959 to now there has been wars here and there for Kashmir. The type of government

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    Indo Pakistan Conflict Topic Background: As World War II drew to a close, many new nations began to emerge. In the Middle East of course, the State of Israel was established; in South East Asia, two nascent countries were born, India and Pakistan. In 1947, Great Britain drafted a partition plan, separating British India into the two countries we now know as India and Pakistan. In conjunction was the Indian Independence Act, which formally gave both countries their sovereign right to govern, and

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    Empire that led to the creation of the sovereign states of the Dominion of Pakistan (which later split into Pakistan and Bangladesh) and the Union of India (later becoming Republic of India) on 14 August 1947. INTRODUCTION In other words, it was the division of the Bengal province of British India into East Pakistan and West Bengal (India), and the similar partition of the Punjab Province into West Punjab (West Pakistan) and East Punjab (now Punjab). It is however, pertinent to note that this partition

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    In 1947 Pakistan was created after being partitioned from the country of India. A predominantly Muslim country located in Southern Asia it has had a history rife with terrorism and religious extremism. The roots of which can be traced primarily to the Soviet-Afghan war of 1979. A direct consequence of the war would be the promotion of radical Islam and a militant culture. The terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and the subsequent War On Terror would bring Pakistani support

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