Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Development Dilemmas Issue, 1 July 2009
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Under the Talibans?
In this edition of Development Dilemmas, we are in Pakistan's capital Islamabad and about 160 kilometers from the flashpoint, Swat, where Pakistan army is engaged in a battle with the rebel Taliban militants. This military offensive has already forced more than two million people to leave their homes in the conflict zone of the North West Frontier Province, NWFP, and found refuge in safer areas out open in the tents. We feature three different voices recorded at three different places in Islamabad. First, we talk to Abid Qayyum Suleri, executive director of a private think-tank called Sustainable Development Policy Institute. We also talk to Kilian Kleinschmidt, assistant representative of the UNHCR in Islamabad; and, Fozia Wahab, who is the information secretary of the ruling Pakistan People's Party. Our Pakistan Correspondent Asadullah Khan moderates this session
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