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Shuja Nawaz

Wariness in Pakistan

By Shuja Nawaz
February 22, 2009

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PROVINCIAL authorities in the Swat Valley in northwestern Pakistan struck a peace deal with local Taliban franchisees this week, and in it the government agreed to extend Islamic law in the area. Since then, commentators around the world have pretended to know what the agreement means. Some suspect a "hidden hand," whether it be the intelligence agencies or the United ... (Full article: 698 words)

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