Posted on July 14, 2008
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Pakistanis Abroad, Politics
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47 responses to “Dubai Challo: Pakistan’s New Political Center?”

  1. Imtiaz says:

    Guyz, here is the funniest news item I have read in a while. PM Yousuf Raza Gillani saying that politicians should not hold political meetings in foreign lands. Yeah, sure!

    http://thenews.jang.com.pk/top_story_detail.asp?Id =16240

  2. Nazli says:

    I think what got lost in the comments is the more important and larger point you are making here about the big shift towards Dubai in all things, including politics. It is stable, safe, comfortable, neutral and is therefore becoming a platform for people to meet and convene for lots of things. Just like Switzerland many years ago (also now with the IRan talks) and also like Hong Kong for business.

    So this is more about Dubai than just about Pakistan, I think.