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Pakistan After Musharraf
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s resignation this week places new focus on the nation’s uncertain political future and relations with the international community. In a new Q&A on Musharraf’s departure, Frederic Grare assesses how civilian and military relations might change in the aftermath and the implications for the U.S. and Afghanistan.
Friday, August 29,2008 14:05
by Frederic Grare Carnegie Endowment
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Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s resignation this week places new focus on the nation’s uncertain political future and relations with the international community. In a new Q&A on Musharraf’s departure, Frederic Grare assesses how civilian and military relations might change in the aftermath and the implications for the U.S. and Afghanistan.

 

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"this commentary is reprinted with permission from the Arab Reform Bulletin. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace."

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