Apocalypse Pakistan: An Anatomy of the World’s Most Dangerous Nation analyses the political and cultural evolution of the country from Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to the present day. The book is based on first person accounts, reportage and personal interviews with two generations of the Bhuttos, the Sharifs,Hamid Gul and also includes Mohammed Hafeez Saeed’s first ever interview to a woman journalist. Pakistan is presently the battleground on which the unceasing war between the West and the international Islamic terror groups is being fought. After the killing of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad and the case of Raymond Davis—an undercover CIA agent who killed two ISI agents in Lahore but was later released because of his diplomatic status—the relations between the once staunch allies Washington and Islamabad is at the lowest point in decades. How did they reach this point and how could they, for more than a decade, pretend to be fighting the same enemy together? Most importantly, what does the future hold for them and the rest of the world? Apocalypse Pakistan tries to answer these and more introspective questions, by analysing the political and cultural evolution of the Pakistani elite (generals, politicians, etc.) from Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to the present, on topics like the relationship with Afghanistan and China, terrorism and nuclear proliferation.