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PAKISTAN AFFAIRS

1- EXAM CRAM Pakistan Affairs (Adeel Niaz)
2- Pakistan Affairs (M. Ikram Rabbani)
3- Pakistan's Foreign Policy: A Reappraisal (Shahid M. Amin)
4- Pakistan's Foreign Policy 1947-2005 (Abdul Sattar)
5- Pakistan Political Roots & Development 1947-1999 (Safdar Mahmood)
6- The Military & Politics in Pakistan (Hasan Askari Rizvi)
7- The Idea of Pakistan (Stephen Philip Cohen)
8- Trek To Pakistan (Ahmed Saeed)

These are some books suggested by members and teachers for Pakistan affairs paper.
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Can you please send me 2 books...
Trek to pakistan by Saeed Ahmed
Foreign policy by Abdul sattar

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The struggle for Pak by Aysha Jalal, fetched with plenty of refrences. i found it worth reading.
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Which one should i go with, Rabbani's or Bhatti sons's?
The best books for preparation are
Ikram rabbani (pak affairs)
Hassan askari (notes)
struggle of pakistan by IH Qreshi
Trek to pakisan
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No single book
Prepare 28 Pakistan affairs topics by making your own notes by consulting different research reports, dawn articles, books etc
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sir can u tell me those 28 topics? for Pakistan affairs
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sir can u tell me those 28 topics? for Pakistan affairs
I think he was referring to the topics mentioned in the syllabus given by FPSC , as you can see there that there total 28 topics given there in FPSC syllabus outline for Pakistan affairs.
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