September 25, 2007Foreign AffairsSecurity

Prospects for stability in Pakistan

A brief from our analysts

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Predictions, wags will say, are mostly wrong. Especially when they are about the future.

If that is so, the margin of error in predicting the course of events in Pakistan is near infinite. Predictions, though, have to be made. So here is something, composed in the American intelligence community’s national intelligence estimate (NIE) format. Lazy analysts facing deadlines will find it useful.

Download the PDF here.

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