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With the 2013 elections bringing the first democratic handover in the country's history, the unpredictable 'excitement' of politics in Pakistan is likely to continue through the year. Interviews with heads of INGOs, UN agencies and institutional donors in Islamabad identified how the changing political landscape is restricting NGO's space to operate.
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This edition of Humanitarian Exchange features
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