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Pakistani Public Opinion on the Swat Conflict, Afghanistan, and the US


Pakistani Public Opinion on the Swat Conflict, Afghanistan, and the US

Abstract: 
The article highlights the survey conducted by the WorldPublicOpinion.org on the opinions of the Pakistanis regarding the Swat conflict in Pakistan. The survey shows that Pakistanis view the militant groups operating in Pakistan as a threat to the country. Moreover, the Pakistanis are confident on how the government handles the situation. Furthermore, the Pakistanis believe that Talibans cannot effectively govern the government.

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Full Citation: 

Ramsay, C., and S. Kull, S. Weber, E. Lewis. 2008. "Pakistani Public Opinion on the Swat Conflict, Afghanistan, and the US." WorldPublicOpinion.org (July): 16-24. http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/44650445/pakistani-public-opi...

START Author(s): 
Steven Kull
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