Pakistan at Seventy
Pakistan is a country that has attracted enormous amount of international interest and, in the process, it has had its share of controversies. And thus, no matter what perceptions about it may exist, for various reasons, it remains an important country. Firstly, it was created after an extended freedom struggle in South Asia and under very unusual social and political circumstances. Secondly, it was carved out of a country that also gained independence from the British colonial rule at the same time as Pakistan did which brought a totally unique set of regional characteristics to the South Asian region that comprises these two countries in presence of much smaller states like Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. Thirdly, alongside Israel, it is arguably one of the only few countries found in the name of religion and, therefore, religion and the Islam narrative run deep through the country’s philosophy.
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