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India Vs Pakistan: Why Can't We Just Be Friends

 
Husain Haqqani (Author)
Synopsis

What stops India and Pakistan from being friends? In this provocative, deeply analysed book, full of riveting revelations and anecdotes, Husain Haqqani, adviser to four Pakistani prime ministers, looks at the key pressure points in the relationship, and argues that Pakistan has a pathological obsession with India, which lies at the heart of the problems between the two countries.

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About the author

Husain Haqqani

Husain Haqqani is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment. He is also a leading journalist and diplomat, and a former adviser to Pakistani prime ministers, as well as a syndicated columnist for the Indian Express, Gulf News, and The Nation (Pakistan). Haqqani’s journalism career has also included assignments as East Asia correspondent for Arabia – The Islamic World Review and Pakistan and Afghanistan correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review. He contributes to numerous international publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Financial times, the Boston globe, the International Harald Tribune, and the Gulf News. He regularly comments on Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Islamic Politics and extremism on BBC, CNN, NBC, and ABC. Haqqani has also had a distinguished career in government. He served as an adviser to Pakistani prime ministers Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi, Nawaz Sharif, and Benazir Bhutto. From 1992 to 1993, he was Pakistan’s ambassador to Sri Lanka.

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Bibliographic information

Title India Vs Pakistan: Why Can't We Just Be Friends
Format Softcover
Date published: 21.06.2016
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788193237250
length 175p., 20cm.
Subjects History