Apr 25, 2008
In recent weeks, food inflation has spread across the globe. However, according to Asia Program associate Michael Kugelman in an April 25 commentary, Pakistani consumers have faced high food costs for months. Increasing food prices, general inflation, and energy shortages have triggered an economic crisis in Pakistan that "threatens to reverse the gains" of last February's elections. Yet the United States, Mr. Kugelman argues, can take steps to help ease Pakistan's economic strife.
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Apr 24, 2008
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Apr 11, 2008
APRIL 2008 - CEF-Circle of Blue partnership story on desertification translated into Mandarin
Apr 08, 2008
APRIL 2008 - These two new research briefs cover solid waste problems in rural China, as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan
Mar 27, 2008
The Wilson Center's 2007-08 Pakistan Scholar, Samia Altaf, critiques the quality of political leadership in Pakistan in a thought-provoking op-ed from the March 27, 2008 edition of Dawn.
Mar 27, 2008
The Wilson Center's 2007-08 Pakistan Scholar, Samia Altaf, looks at South Asia's tradition of political dynasties -- and warns that Pakistan has not broken free of dynastic politics simply because of one successful election. For Dr. Altaf's article in the March 27, 2008 edition of The News.
Mar 20, 2008
Mar 17, 2008
MARCH 2008 - Restructuring of the central government highlights environment as priority
Mar 14, 2008
Why hasn't the United States gotten more for the $10+ billion it has provided Pakistan in recent years? Asia Program director Robert M. Hathaway wrestles with this question in an article in the March 2008 issue of the journal Contemporary South Asia.