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S. 7. S. S. development aid. Analysis also shows a fairly standard mix of what the United States provides in terms of assistance for primary education and literacy, basic health, food aid, and democracy and governance (mainly focused on elections). 8 shows development assistance appropriates by objective. 7 Development and Humanitarian Assistance to Pakistan a. b. c. d. e. 83% of Total Assistance) a. 36%) b. 96%) c. 69%) d. 14%) e. 3 for sources. L. L. 09%). 00%). 1 for details. S. S. assistance to Pakistan.

33 The Punjabi center has been unable or unwilling to satisfy these demands. ■ Considerable sectarian and ethnic tensions. Such tensions are exacerbated by inequality in the main organs of the Pakistani state. 36 Rising nationalist sentiments during the 1980s among Punjabis, Baloch, Pashtuns, and Sindhis led to a greater political salience of the Muhajir identity and the rise of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) party. ”37 ■ Large feudal landholdings. ”38 ■ Militant Islamists. 41 The Islamic charities banned by Musharraf because of their links to terrorists often resurface under new names and operate with impunity.

19 Interview with unnamed defense analyst. 20 Ian Talbot, Pakistan: A Modern History (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998). 21 Ibid. 22 Teresita C. : Center for Strategic and International Studies, March 2007). 23 Paula R. S. and Pakistan: An Insecure Alliance,” Yale Global, February 28, 2006. pk/. 25 Interview with unnamed Pakistan analyst. 26 Frederic Grare, “Pakistan: The Myth of an Islamist Peril,” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Policy Brief, no. 45 (February 2006): 1–7. 36 (July 29, 2002): 1–41.

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