Post-9/11 : Pakistan’s War on Terrorism

From Swat Operation of 2009 to Operation Zarb-i-Azb of 2014 and from state’s conventional theory of deep assets to current counter extremism narrative, Matrix Media takes a deep look at Pakistan’s first decade of fighting terrorism.

Posted on 09/11/19
By Matrix Mag Staff | Via Matrix Mag


From Swat Operation of 2009 to Operation Zarb-i-Azb of 2014 and from state’s conventional theory of deep assets to current counter extremism narrative, Matrix Media takes a deep look at Pakistan’s first decade of fighting terrorism.

 

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