Pakistan: South Asian Analysis Group resources The South Asia Analysis Group (SAAG) is an independent think tank which specialises in research relating to regional security in South Asia. This section of its website provides free access to some articles and papers about Pakistan. Key areas of interest include political violence, international security, terrorism and Al-Qaeda; relations with India; nuclear weapons threats and the military rule of General Musharraf. Materials are avaiable from the late 1990s onwards.
http://www.saag.org/searchb10.asp?search=pakistan&searchtype=all

 Pakistan: Amnesty International resources This site provides free access to a collection of press releases, news headlines and full-text papers and reports relating to Pakistan which have been published by Amnesty International since 1996. They cover all aspects of human rights in the region. Topics covered include evidence of human rights abuses, political violence, the military rule of General Musharraf and the conduct of elections.
http://web.amnesty.org/library/eng-pak/index

Pakistan: Human Rights watch resources This site is maintained by leading group Human Rights Watch. It provides free access to a collection of press releases, briefings and reports relating to human rights in Pakistan from 1993 to the present day. These include coverage of the conduct of elections, the military rule of General Musharraf and state of civil liberties in the region.
http://hrw.org/doc?t=asia&c=pakist

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