Suhrawardy, Huseyn Shaheed
April 1957
Foreign Affairs;Apr1957, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p422
This article seeks to analyze the problem of the need for political stability and democracy in Pakistan. The characteristics of the past from which Pakistan emerged as a state is described in order to set the problems in perspective. A solution is presented which lies completely within the resources of Pakistan without necessity of any aid from abroad.


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