- A Much Awaited Pakistani Stance. Khan, Muhammad // Hilal;2012, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p9
The article presents the author's views on Pakistan's perception of peace and stability in Afghanistan. He refers to a proposal by former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzadeh, who says that the U.S. should reward Pakistan for bringing insurgents to the negotiating table. He says...
- Maoists and monarchs. Chintan, Gopal Siwakoti // New Internationalist;Sep2001, Issue 338, p8
Reports on the political instability in Nepal. Declaration of 'peoples war', by the Communist Party of Nepal; Insurgencies of the Maoist loyalists; Murder of King Birendra and family.
- Political Stability. // Bahamas Country Review;2013, p25
The article presents the method of calculating the Political Stability Index of a country based on the combined scoring of various criteria including the government's ability to stay in office and carry out policies, threat of coups, insurgencies and insurrection, and economic strife's degree.
- The End of Power. Naírn, Moisés // Reason;May2013, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p40
The article offers information on the development of small organization in terms of insurgents due to political turmoil and economic slowdowns. It states that according to the United Nations Human Development Index, which combines health, education, and income indicators to give measures of...
- The Politics of Counterinsurgency in Central Asia. Gleason, Gregory // Problems of Post-Communism;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p3
Focuses on the impact of insurgency movements on the development of democracy and law-based states in Central Asia. Counterinsurgency efforts; Concentration of developments in Centra Asia on political consolidation; Influence of the Soviet system.
- The North Caucasian Crucible. Ware, Robert Bruce // Global Dialogue;Summer/Autumn2005, Vol. 7 Issue 3/4, p68
The article presents the affairs of Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan in Russia in relation to its regional conflict, political and economic stability and democracy. These North Caucasian republic greatly suffered regional conflict, insurgency and poverty. Thus, their political, economical and...
- An Assessment of Events in Dagestan in 2010: The Year in Review. Dzutsev, Valery // North Caucasus Weekly;1/14/2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p7
The article presents an assessment of insurgent-related events in Dagestan, Russia in 2010. It talks about the contribution of Dagestan to the general trend of destabilization in the North Caucasus. It notes that 38 percent of the terror attacks in the North Caucasus and Moscow took place or...
- Word from Kosovo: This isn't Bosnia, `It's more dangerous.' Landay, Jonathan S. // Christian Science Monitor;5/1/98, Vol. 90 Issue 109, p7
Discusses why the continuing clashes between Serbian government forces and ethnic Albanians in the province of Kosovo in 1998 could eventually shatter the stability of Europe. Common elements and essential differences between the Kosovo crisis and that in Bosnia-Herzegovina; What could cause...
- Military Gains Are A Small Step Towards Stability. // Asia Monitor: South Asia Monitor;Jan2010, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
The article focuses on the progress of Pakistan's military offensive against the Taliban in South Waziristan. It contends that the progress made will not bring a fundamental shift in the country's political environment. It stresses the political plight of Pakistan, which is likely to be...