By Ethan Casey
Casey updates his knowing of the Pakistan event and units it inside of a context of modern and modern background. He humanises family politics, attitudes in the direction of the West and India in addition to the Kashmir and Afghanistan concerns. His literary reportage demystifies the uneasy position Pakistan occupies in an doubtful global.
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