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    Das gefährlichste Land der Welt?

    • Jochen Hippler
    02 December 2008
    Book
    Jochen Hippler, ausgewiesener Kenner des Landes, gibt einen umfassenden Überblick über Geschichte und Gegenwart Pakistans. Er zeigt Pakistan als multiethnisches Entwicklungsland und zugleich als außergewöhnlichen Krisenherd und untersucht die Frage, welche Chancen - trotz Militärdiktatur und religiösem Extremismus - die Entwicklung einer eigenständigen Demokratie hat.
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    Afghanistan: Policy Adjustments or Withdrawal?

    Jochen Hippler
    06 November 2008
    Article
    This policy paper examines the lessons from and for Afghanistan, arguing for an "overall strategy", a primarily political solution to the conflict, an emphasis on state-building, and addressing the real (and not distorted) linkages between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
  3. Walking the tight wire

    Beatriz Martínez, Francesco Volpicella
    10 September 2008
    Article

    Collection of conversations that took place during the events that shook Lebanon in May 2008 and which led many to say the country was ‘on the brink of civil war’.

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    The Lebanese government is on the right of the World Bank

    Beatriz Martínez, Francesco Volpicella
    01 July 2008
    Article
    An interview with the President of the Lebanese General Workers Union (CGTL) on the May 2008 crisis in Lebanon.
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    An interview with Samah Idriss

    Beatriz Martínez, Francesco Volpicella
    19 May 2008
    Article
    Samah Idriss speaks about the May 2008 Lebanese crisis.
  6. Afghanistan and the Pakistan crisis

    Mariano Aguirre
    04 March 2008
    Article
    Scarce attention to poverty alleviation and blind reliance on military might has brought the western forces in Afghanistan to a standstill. Putting Pakistan into the equation is a key to any solution in Afghanistan.
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    A region of dangers

    Mariano Aguirre
    10 January 2008
    Article
    We can expect the traditional US policy of support for Israeli repression to continue also in 2008, with predictable results: more repression generates more deadly radicalism. The similar pattern can be seen also in Pakistan.