Pakistan: Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs resources The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs is an independent organisation founded in 1914 which seeks to promote the discussion of all aspects of ethics and international relations. This includes coverage of human rights and international relations, global justice, ethics and world politics, ethics and conflict, the politics of reconciliation and peace making/peace keeping initiatives.This section of its website provides access to a collection of resources relating to Pakistan politics and international relations since approximately 2003. These include articles, interviews, event transcripts, video films and audio files. Topics covered include: international security and foreign policy; the war against terrorism; islam and politics, the assassination of Benazir Bhutto; and nuclear weapons in Siuth Asia.
http://www.cceia.org/search_out?argtypes=sa_Countries&sa_Countries=Pakistan

Pakistan: Observer Research Foundation resources The Observer Research Foundation is an Indian based non-profit think tank which discusses issues relating to foreign policy, economic policy and social policy from an Indian perspective. This section of its website provides free access to its statements, reports and papers on Pakistan. Topics covered include security; terrorism; the impact of islam on politics; elections; political parties and the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.
http://www.observerindia.com/ 

Pakistan election 08: Dawn This site is maintained by well known Pakistan newspaper Dawn. It provides coverage of the 2008 Pakistan elections. The site includes the election results and a blog which offers insight into the conduct of the campaigns and state of democracy in Pakistan in the aftermath of the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.
http://www.dawn.com/events/election08/election08.htm