Musa Khan Jalalzai, a specialist on Pakistan's international and domestic problems, offers a research work which explores corruption, the business of killing and the importing and exporting of terrorism by the Pakistan army.
This book focuses on the smuggling of Pakistan's nuclear weapon, the role of foreign investment in the nuclear program, extrajudicial killings in Balochistan, Sindh and Waziristan, and the forceful disappearance of individuals who turn out to be inconvenient.
About the Author
Musa Khan Jalalzai is a journalist whose experience includes over 25 years extensive research in political analysis, Afghanistan, terrorism issues, and human trafficking. His articles have been published by The New Yorker, the New York Times, and Moscow Times (English-language daily). He has published several books studying sectarian and ethnic violence, policing, and terrorism in various parts of the world, as well as the increasing crime, corruption and instability in Pakistan, Afghanistan and the region.
During the First Gulf War (1991-1993) he was a research scholar at the Pakistan Institute of National Affairs where he completed two books on Persian Gulf politics. He was Executive Director of the Daily Outlook, Afghanistan (2005-2009), and is a permanent writer of articles for Pakistan's daily The Post. He has a regular column in the Daily Times (Lahore, Pakistan) and The New Nation (Bangladesh).
Mr. Jalalzai has published four books with Algora focusing on Pakistan, Afghanistan, and questions of security, law enforcement, and the global intelligence war.
About the Book
When we talk about Pakistan's nuclear weapons, armed forces and civilian governments, then controversies and uninvited and unmentionable misperceptions swirl in our minds. If we take in the broad picture, we inevitably conclude that things are not...
I am grateful to Mr. Musa Khan Jalalzai who requested me to write a foreword for his book. Mr. Jalalzai is the author of many books, and contributes articles in various newspapers, on counterterrorism and political issues. The present well-written...
Chapter 1. Nuclear Jihad in Pakistan: Islamic State and Talibanization of the Armed Forces
Chapter 2. Black Market and the Danger of Nuclear Jihadism in Pakistan
BISAC: POL011000 POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General
BISAC: POL037000 POLITICAL SCIENCE / Terrorism
BISAC: HIS027190 HISTORY / Military / Afghan War (2001-)
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