Pakistan: On the Way to be Failed State?
Vibrant political situation and unstable foreign policy has raised the question –whether Pakistan a “failed state” or not- more
strongly. Its dependence on major powers for security and absence of specific sphere of nationalism has made Pakistan more
exposed. Over the last few years Pakistan is going to be considered a “failed state” because the indicators of a “failed state”
have harmonized with the real impasse of Pakistan. Pakistan’s failure as state would have an international and regional
ramification. Pakistan backed “war on terrorism” and ‘balance in South Asia’ would be more inconsistent if Pakistan failed.
International community always would like to solve crisis related to Pakistan to fix up a “men” not by implementing a “system”.
Pakistan was used as spring board by big powers for their own interest. If Pakistan failed it would be the first state which is not
‘weak’ but ‘failed’. The paper will discuss the dubious position of Pakistan as failed state; of course, without denying its internal
dynamics and imminent tribulations related to its malfunction. The paper at last will propose some guiding principles to solve
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