Pakistan's shattered infrastructure

08/27/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Officials in Pakistan fear that recent flooding has set back the country's infrastructure by years -- possibly even decades. About one-fifth of the country's total area has been affected by the monsoon floods. With roads, hospitals, schools and communication networks destroyed by the rising waters, Pakistan's campaign to combat extremism within its sovereign territory is certain to take a back seat to rebuilding.

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