Manipulating Religion for Political Gain in Pakistan: Consequences for the U.S. and the Region

December 4, 2015

FPI Studies in Policy:

 

For more than three decades, leading experts and scholars have addressed critical topics in foreign policy and security through the publication of independent, policy relevant analyses through the FPI. The FPI is proud to build on this tradition with the FPI Studies in Policy series, featuring monograph-length studies of politics, economics, and political economy that inform current international policy and security debates.The Foreign Policy Institute and FPI Fellow Ambassador Shirin Tahir-Kheli launched her recent paper, Manipulating Religion for Political Gain in Pakistan: Consequences for the U.S. and the Region.

 

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