Over the past few weeks, Pakistan’s army has been faced with the quandary of whether to take over through a coup or not, while the rest of us are left wondering if this fragile democracy will survive, or once again be defeated by its formidable challenger – the army.Read More
About the Author
Farah Jan is a PhD candidate in Political Science, at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Specializing in comparative politics and political theory. She focuses on the political developments in Pakistan and Afghanistan. She holds a Masters in Political Science and M.S. in Global Affairs from Rutgers University and B.A. from State University of New York, Purchase College, and Karachi University – Pakistan.
After the killing of Osama Bin Laden by the US navy seals on May 2nd, the Pakistani Taliban (TTP) issued a statement in which they threatened to avenge Bin Laden by targeting Pakistan’s army, navy and air force, along with...Read More