Updated: Sep 20
As Pakistan approaches its 76th year of independence, the nation finds itself in a period of a political shift. A provisional caretaker government is set to take charge and pave the way for upcoming elections. Amid an ongoing power struggle between the ruling coalition, the military, and supporters of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, the interim government faces an arduous task of fulfilling its commitments to the International Monetary Fund. Simultaneously, it has to navigate a precarious security environment that threatens to further destabilize the country's political scene.
In a new report, Wikistrat experts analyze the key trends and developments to monitor closely in this crucial month.