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Stephen P. Cohen is a senior fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution. Long considered one of America s foremost experts on South Asia, he is the author of several influential books on the region, including The Idea of Pakistan and India: Emerging Power (both Brookings). He is also coauthor with Sunil Dasgupta of Arming without Aiming: India s Military Modernization (Brookings, 2010).

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Good perspectives, a bit repetitious 3 Jan. 2013
By Aunt Ida - Published on Amazon.com
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If you want to get a diversity of views on Pakistan and its politics and how those politics are shaped by a society with a mind boggling number of moving parts then this is a good start. My only criticism is too many academics and think tankers in the mix (maybe there aren't other options for commentary) and so many of the authors drew similar conclusions that it was a bit repetitive.
Stephen Cohen on the ball again. 22 Dec. 2014
By Javed Burki - Published on Amazon.com
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The book is a collection of papers by the leading scholars of the Pakistani scene. All aspects of the country's present state are covered adequately & the various prognoses made for the future are intellectually rigorous; they are proving to be fairly accurate.
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