- Emergence of Pakistan as a Nuclear Power
- Author: Mian Abdul Waheed
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The author has served as Pakistan’s ambassador to Germany and Italy, and as a member of the National Assembly, where he chaired the body’s standing committee on foreign affairs. This book would be particularly beneficial for students of foreign affairs, especially about building relationships between countries. Mian Abdul Waheed had made numerous contributions to Pakistan, including his work as ambassador to Germany, where he was pivotal in convincing the German government to sell a steel mill to Pakistan. Telling that “only a few people can be said to have changed the fate of a nation,” Mian Abdul Waheed claimed that Pakistan’s nuclear capability was a pivotal moment in the country’s history. Author of the book has thrown light on the facts and described whole truth. And that the bureaucrats and politicians had been hindering the progress and development of the country. He has thrown light on how Pakistan emerged as a nuclear power and his role in it.