Pakistan on the Verge of Economic Collapse, Risks of Conflict
With an extensive nuclear infrastructure and a large army, the collapse of Pakistan's economy could have dire impacts in the region - threating conflict between nuclear states.
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Pakistan’s current state of economic and humanitarian crisis has been the cause of widespread concern in the world. As of February 2023, Pakistan is dealing with a vicious cycle of massive debts and a looming economic collapse. This is particularly concerning since it is the world’s fifth most populous country and the second-largest Muslim country.