Can $10 billion and political reforms bring peace to Pakistan’s restive frontier?

dan.rafter@hrc.org April 5, 2017 0

Haibat Khan was teaching under an open sky. Over the heads of a dozen young students sitting on a plastic mat on the ground, he could see mountains stretching into the distance from the Pakistani town of Mamund towards Afghanistan.   Like much of Bajaur and the other six Federally Administered Tribal Areas – a semi-autonomous region strung along the Afghan border – schools here are in short supply

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Can $10 billion and political reforms bring peace to Pakistan’s restive frontier?

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