PAKISTAN: ISLAMIC NATION IN CRISIS
The book is an exhaustive treatise of Pakistan by an international civil servant. Part One of the book discusses the Historical Setting, Modern Setting, Current Conditions, Who Controls Pakistan. Part Two analyses Political Leadership, Conditions of the people, Poverty and Unemployment, Increasing Wealth, religious Intolerance, Powerless People, Law and Order, Ethnic Strife in Sindh, Conflict in Baloachistan, Corruption, Borders and Neighbors, Relations with the West and National Defense. Part Three discusses Options for Change. Part Four provides a Vision and Manifesto for Change and Conclusions and Recommendations.