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From Kargil to the Coup: Events that Shook Pakistan Hardcover – 3 Dec 2018
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About the Author
Nasim Zehra is a national security specialist and a prominent journalist. As a columnist, television host, and teacher, with extensive experience in the development field, she writes and lectures widely on national security and global politics. Ms Zehra holds an MBA from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad and a Master s degree in Law & Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA. She has been a Fellow of the Harvard University Asia Centre, on the Visiting Faculty of the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad; National University of Science and Technology; and at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.
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However, it is riddled with extremely poor editorial work, poor English, repetitions, copy/pastes among others. Just running it through a grammar check in MS Word would have solved a lot of this issues.
I am hoping that second edition of this book would have corrected these errors. Better still, get a ghost writer with good English for next edition.
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Such comments make the ill advised adventure even more foolish as if the heights were going to be vacated anyway, what was the point of permanently tarnishing pakistan's already tattered reputation and virtually killing off any sympathy the Kashmir issue might have had?
Plus the fact that the pakistani establishment was diplomatically utterly unprepared makes the whole thing all the more silly. Zehra deserves praise for the meticulous collation of proofs and weaving into a coherent narrative.
Remarkably the stubborn 'defeat is victory, up is down, right is left' attitude has become a permanent feature of pakistan's neurotic obsession with India since 1947. Kargil sadly only accentuated the trend of pak. obstinacy...