James Forsyth James Forsyth

A disaster waiting to happen?

There’s some tough competition but Pakistan is probably the scariest foreign policy problem the world faces. It is where the issues of weak states, Islamic extremism, nuclear weapons and terrorism all come together. Considering Britain’s ties to the place it is a problem that should cause particular concern here.

If you doubt how big a problem Pakistan is, read David Sanger’s excellent

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