Global War on Terror and its Impact on National Harmony with Special Reference to Pakistan
Dr. Sadaf Farooq

The first decade of the 21st century brought devastating internal security problems to Pakistan. It led to growing radicalization, religious extremism and terrorism. The country faced the Taliban threat, suicide bombing and attacks on its security forces. This resulted in Pakistan being perceived as a fundamentalist state sponsoring terrorism and adversely affected its image within the comity of nations. This paper aims at lending a depth of understanding to the growth of militancy and religious extremism in Pakistan by highlighting the causes contributing to its proliferation, role of different institutions to counter terrorism followed by recommendations to curb this menace.

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