Q1. What concrete resources can Army leadership field to preserve its regional interests in a rapidly changing environment.
Q2. The I.M.F. assessment of Pakistan's weak and faltering political economy mired in intransigent reform contributes to Pakistan's social, political instability. Is the Army ready to permit civilian supremacy & reform, whose strength can contribute to State resources helping leadership address growing subnational, regional conflicts that could envelop Islamabad.
Q3. What policy can Islamabad field to counter a rapidly militant column of indigenous Shia favorable to Teheran.
Q4. A new patron in Beijing portends that Pakistan seeks to prevent isolation, what role does Beijing play for Islamabad's security interests.