Minute 1-4: Q1. Cold War is over and Pakistan's continuing conflict with India has NOT paid any dividends. An archaic cultural militancy underwriting the supremacy of the Army must be replaced to fortify Jinnah's vision of a Republic. How does the Army & ISI succeed in this initiative?
Minute 4:16: Q2. Can Pakistan's military institutions acknowledge an emerging civil society whose spheres of autonomy aren't necessarily Islamic? What would this policy or cultural change require?
Minute 7-12: Q3. What conditions wold strengthen an independent judiciary?
Minute 9:40: Q4. What concrete role does India play in a newly emerging Pakistani Republic?
Minute 12:20: Q5. Army leadership has demonstrated total ignorance, absolutely no competency in running a political economy. What has it learned?
Minute 15:50: Q6. The Mughal Empire & Medieval Islam both possessed intellectual, cultural affinity for modernity. What replaces the primacy of kinship in Pakistan's domesticated socio-political relations to fortify a Republic?
Minute 21:15: Q7. Pakistan is easily isolated (ideologically), its relations with China & Iran reveal an expediency. What characterizes permanent Pakistani interests with China & Iran.
Minute 26: Q8. Pakistan's political economy isn't functional. What replaces the subsidies preventing price discovery, market capitalization & sound markets? What replaces the dynastic 'rent-seeking' that sustains dysfunction? What ideas of reforming Pakistan have currency so as to introduce foreign direct investment?
Minute 30: Q9. If Pashtun/Punjabi intransigence is to be confronted; if the culture fortifying terrorism is to be eliminated, then new ideas must be introduced into Pakistan's political culture. What ideas resonate among Pakistan's political class?
Persian Authority, International Relations Expert Amir Taheri http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/an-opening-in-afghanistan-kabuls-deal-with-pakistan
U.S. Leading Foreign Relations Expert on Pakistan Daniel S. Markey http://amzn.com/1107623596
Stratfor Global Intelligence https://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20110914-evolution-pakistans-militant-networks
The Friday Times Pakistan http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/
Arthur Herman http://nypost.com/2012/07/09/dont-blame-just-bam-for-pakistan/
Pakistan's Political Economy Sadanand Dhume https://www.aei.org/author/sadanand-dhume/
Former Pakistani Ambassador to U.S. Husain Haqqani Publications http://amzn.com/0870032143
Amazon Author Page Husain Haqqani: http://www.amazon.com/Husain-Haqqani/e/B001JS7GTA
Ahmed Rashid Authority on Sub-Continent History, International Relations http://www.ahmedrashid.com
Aatish Taseer 'Why My Father Hated India' WSJ http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304911104576445862242908294
Dr. Farzana Shaikh World's Leading Authority on Pakistan. Her Professional Page at London's Premiere Foreign Relations Think Tank Chatham House http://www.chathamhouse.org/about-us/directory/70652 her best publication on Pakistan http://amzn.com/023114962X
Chatham House, Pakistan (Series) http://www.chathamhouse.org/about/structure/asia-programme/pakistan-project
IIhan Niaz 'The Culture of Power & Governance of Pakistan 1947-2008' http://amzn.com/0195477316
Dr. Aparna Pande Hudson Institute, D.C.; Southwest Asian Authority http://www.hudson.org/experts/599-aparna-pande Her latest is 'Explaining Pakistan's Foreign Policy: Escaping India' http://amzn.com/0415599008
Imtiaz Gul Journalist & Regional Authority http://www.imtiazgul.com