Pakistan's Interminable Energy Crisis: Is There Any Way Out?
Pakistan is convulsed by power shortages that at times have approached 50 percent of national demand. And yet the country's energy problems are arguably rooted more in shortages of governance than of pure supply. It is a complicated crisis that threatens Pakistan's economy and its precarious security situation, while also deleteriously affecting the lives of everyday residents across the board. This new publication offers a series of recommendations to ease one of Pakistan's most serious and intractable challenges.
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