Conflict and Peace Studies ( Vol. 4, No. 2)


Volume: 4 Number: 2

Pages: 138

Editor: Muhammad Amir Rana

Associate Editor: Najam U Din

Comment

Swat De-radicalization Model: Prospects for Rehabilitating Militants
Muhammad Amir Rana

Abstracts

Papers

State-building in Afghanistan: Are Reforms Sustainable?
Umar Riaz

The Process of Radicalization: Contextualizing the Case of Pakistan
Syed Manzar Abbas Zaidi

Modes and Scale of Conflict in Pakistan’s Swat Valley (1989-2008)
Khadim Hussain

Politics of Radicalization and De-radicalization: Impact on Pakistan’s Security Dynamics
Salma Malik

Backgrounder

Evolution of Militant Groups in Pakistan (1)
Muhammad Amir Rana

Notes on Contributors

Guidelines for Contributors



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