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Policing Urban Violence in Pakistan

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Policing Urban Violence in Pakistan International Crisis Group EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS Endemic violence in Pakistan’s urban centres signifies the challenges confronting the federal and provincial governments in restoring law and order and consolidating the state’s writ. The starkest example is Karachi, which experienced its deadliest year on record in 2013, with 2,700 casualties, mostly […]

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Tunisia’s Borders: Jihadism and Contraband

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Tunisia’s Borders: Jihadism and Contraband International Crisis Group EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS Tunisia is embroiled in recurrent political crises whose origins in security concerns are ever more evident. While still of low-intensity, jihadi attacks are increasing at an alarming rate, fuelling the rumour mill, weakening the state and further polarising the political scene. The government […]

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