Pakistan: A Troubled Legacy and an Uncertain Future - II
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Issue Courtesy: Aakrosh | Date : 06 Sep , 2011

Notes and References

  1. Seymour Hersh’s review of the book Frontline Pakistan by Zahid Hussain (rear cover).
  2. Quoted in http://
  3. Ahmed Rashid. Descent into Chaos. Penguin Books: London, UK, 2008, p. 50.
  4. K. Subhramanyam in an address at a seminar on security at the USI in 2004.
  5. IDSA. Delhi Papers (ISI Dte). 2000. New Delhi.
  6. Attributed to General Karamat, former COAS, Pakistan army, at an international conference in 2005, quoted in Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal, CLAWS Journal, winter 2008, New Delhi.
  7. Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan. “Interview with Honorable Luo Zhaohui, Ambassador of China in Pakistan.” 29 July 2009. <>.
  8. Mohan Guruswamy sponsored Stephen Cohen–led research team in Italy, referred to as “The Bellagio Papers,” in 2010. Brookings Institution, Washington. 
  9. Pakistan ambassador Hussain Haqqani, in 2006, addressing as visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment., United States, quoted by Mohan Guruswamy, ibid.
  10. Government of India, Ministry of Defence. “Annual Report 2008–2009,” Tabled in the Rajya Sabha, New Delhi.
  11. Quoted in Uma Purushothaman. “Future of US-Pakistan Relations.” The Observer Research Foundation Papers, New Delhi, 11 May 2011.
  12. Wall Street Journal (World News). 27 April 2011.
  13. Stephen Cohen. The Idea of Pakistan. Brookings Institution Press: Washington, 2004, p. 367.
  14. Discussions of the author with noted strategic analyst Dr Ajai Sahni, New Delhi, June 2011.
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Lt Gen Kamal Davar (Retd)

a distinguished soldier and veteran of the 1965 and 1971 wars, was the founder director general of the Defence Intelligence Agency, raised after the Kargil conflict. After retirement, he writes and lectures on security, terrorism and allied issues in the national media and many forums.

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