Pakistan's Challenges and the Need for a Balanced Solution ; Strategic Insights, V. 1, issue 6 (August 2002)
Khan, Hassan Feroz
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The CCC is pleased to present alternative views on the India-Pakistan standoff in Kashmir from two experienced and distinguished analysts, Surinder Rana and Brigadier Hassan Feroz Khan. Brigadier Khan is a Flag Level Officer in the Pakistan Army with 29 years of service. He has seen combat and command on several fronts. With an extensive background in arms control, disarmament and international treaties, he formulated Pakistan's security policy on nuclear war arms control and strategic stability in South Asia. He is currently an analyst with the Brookings Institution.
It appeared with a companion piece, Emerging Reconciliation Amidst Continuing Military Impasse by Surinder Rana. Both pieces appeared under a header: India and Pakistan at the Precipice: Two Views
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