Reconstituting local order in Pakistan: Emergent ISIS and locally constituted Shariah courts in Pakistan

Many believe that the present disorder in the international system is greatly amplified by the collapse of local order across a number of key states. In this paper, Manzar Zaidi investigates how in Pakistan, the state has partially failed to establish local order in its region because of poor governance, the lack of a coherent counterterrorism policy, and a disconnect between state organs. 

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2016

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