A STABLE Essay on security threats in pakistan PROPOSED MODEL OF NATIONAL SECURITY Brigadier Muhammad Khurshid Khan Abstract issues encompassing external and internal security threats. A Stable Pakistan: Proposed Model of National Security 74 Margalla Papers Pakistan has continuously raised questions about the increasing number of consulates which are constantly denied by Afghan and Indian government.
The increasing presence of Islamic State in Afghanistan is another credible threat to Pakistans National Security and territorial integrity. The essay then draws attention to vulnerabilities linked to increasing population, urbanization, poverty, and ecosystem degradation.
The third section places Pakistans food security challenge in historical context and presents some trends in food production. Finally, the essay concludes by highlighting structural constraints on water security. The aim of this paper is to carryout an indepth study of the emerging dynamics of internal threats to national security of Pakistan and make suitable recommendations to address the situation. 5. Scope. The paper will be covered under the following three parts: a. Part I. The internal security dynamics of Pakistan.
b. PartII. Geographically, India is placed in between hostile Pakistan to its West and not too friendly Bangladesh, Myanmar and China to its East. Regular terrorist activities targetted by Pakistan against India have made it necessary for India to be always on guard and develop foolproof intelligence and internal security system.
Pakistan is facing extensive challenges to its security which have direct linkages to external threats. The vulnerable security of any state is a sweet dish for major key players of international politics as well as for reginional players to secure their interests.
2. In order to investigate and research security dynamics of Pakistan, the study will focus on: a. Analysis of Global Environment and the way it is impacting Pakistan's. Security paradigm. Analysis of internal security environment. Conclusion. Recommendations. 3. The challenges necessitate bold and imaginative policies.
Oct 21, 2011 External Threats To Pakistan India Afghanistan US Globalization Critical Analysis Suggestions Conclusion Essay Pakistan was established in 1947. Since its inception it has been surrounded by countless internal as well as external problems. All these problems seem to have become fate of our country.
This essay examines Pakistans most significant nontraditional security challenges, including climate change, increasing population and urbanization, food security, and water security.
Climate change will negatively affect human activities and livelihoods in Pakistan through increasingly frequent Pakistan's security threat and perception can easily be understood by this study. This study enables one to understand the pattern of Talibanization in Pakistan clearly and focuses on the security related domestic threats and problems confronted by Pakistan.
Nov 08, 2014 Internal threats include political, social, economic, as well as religious which have resulted in the weakening of democracy in Pakistan. Lack of mature leadership, confrontation between the main organs of the state, poor relations between the centre and the provinces, rampant corruption, distrust among the politicians,