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ISLAMABAD, 16 April, 2009 (Frontier Star) -- The book 'Current Affairs: A deep insight into the European Union' has been launched in Pakistan. The book contains columns written by EU and political analyst, Ansar Mahmood Bhatti. The author has discussed, in detail, the evolution of the European Union and its relations with Pakistan and India. This is for the first time that a deep study has been carried out on European affairs by a Pakistani writer. In the second chapter, the author has highlighted role of various world organizations such as SAARC SAARC South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation , OIC "Oh, I see." See digispeak.

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, NAM, SCO, Arab League and the United Nations while the last chapter is about Pakistan affairs. The introduction of the book is penned down by Mr. Jan De KOK, the European Union Ambassador Below are current ambassadors of the European Union to third countries and international organisations. Ambassador to the United States
The current ambassador to Washington D.C. is John Bruton, former Irish Taoiseach, he was preceded by G√ľnter Burghardt.
 in Pakistan while Prof. Khurshid Ahmad, member Senate of Pakistan The Senate of Pakistan is the upper House of the bicameral Parliament of Pakistan. The Constitution does not give the President of Pakistan the authority to dissolve the Senate (unlike the National Assembly).  and Chairman Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) has written the foreword. In addition, the Ambassador of Romania and country's renowned scholar Dr. Safdar Mahmood, have contributed special flap messages. The book caters to the needs of particularly teachers; students of International Relations; Defence and Strategic Studies, CSS as it covers these areas comprehensively. The book is available at all leading book shops at highly nominal price.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
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Date:Apr 16, 2009
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