Conflict and Peace Studies ( Vol. 3, No. 2)


Volume: 3 Number: 2

Pages: 89

Editor: Muhammad Amir Rana
Associate Editor: Najam U Din
Foreign Editor: Ranga Kalansooriya (Sri Lanka)

CONTENTS

Abstracts

Papers

Financial Sources of Pakistani Militant and Religious Organizations
Muhammad Amir Rana

Taliban on the March: Threat Assessment and Security Implications for the Region
Safdar Sial

Radicalization and De-Radicalization in Singapore and Pakistan: A Comparison
Ishtiaq Ahmed

Report

Profiling the Violence in Karachi

Comment

FATA: Tribal Economy in the Context of Ongoing Militancy
Asif Mian


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