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Military Control in Pakistan

The Parallel State (Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies)

by Mazhar Aziz

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  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Religion,
  • History - General History,
  • Asia - India & South Asia,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Political Science / International Relations,
  • Hinduism - General,
  • Armed Forces,
  • Civil-military relations,
  • Pakistan,
  • Political activity

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10206583M
    ISBN 100415437431
    ISBN 109780415437431

    Civilian control of the military. Anatol Lieven points to the power asymmetry between the civil and military institutions in his book Pakistan, A Hard Country by remarking that there is only. Pakistan between Mosque and Military 4 Acknowledgments This book is the result of my lifelong passion for understanding the history and politics of my homeland and for creating a democratic Pakistan. In a sense everyone in Pakistan who has contributed to my learning and the evolution of my ideas has contributed to this Size: 1MB.

    The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in Pakistan. Aqil Shah. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, pages. ISBN Reviewed by Mark F. Briskey The army remains the foremost power in Pakistan and Aqil Shah’s. The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in Pakistan. provides a well-researched work on the origins of Author: Mark F. Briskey.   The book, which was recently translated into Urdu, pokes fun at the country's former military dictator, General Zia ul-Haq, and others in the armed forces. It .

    The first is the pre-colonial, rural society in Pakistan before the British conquest, which he calls “traditional.” The author says that it was upon this traditional society that the British imposed a colonial state — the second part — which he says was based on . In Pakistan, this is an age of military hegemony where the army is no longer just a political power but also exercises economic clout and intellectual control of the society. The story of civil-military relations, hence, extends beyond the issue of who orders the military or controls it constitutionally.


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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This volume examines the role of the military, the most influ 4/5(2). Overall, Military Control in Pakistan is a timely reminder and an important resource for both scholars and policy makers, clearly demonstrating the need to refocus attention on the problem of an influential military whilst drawing appropriate conclusions about issues ranging from democratic norms, political representation and civilian-military.

Commanded several infantry units, some on the disputed Line of Control in Kashmir His brother, Shabbir Sharif, received two of the country's highest military awards after he was killed during the.

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Military control in Pakistan: the parallel state. [Mazhar Aziz] -- This study into the role of the military, the most influential actor in the political developments in Pakistan, challenges the conventional wisdom on the causes of political instability in this.

The book divided into 10 chapters discusses Pakistan military's economic empire and its political, economical, and social effect on the country. The author uses the term “Milbus” to refer to “ military capital that is used for the personal benefit of the military fraternity, especially the officer cadre, but is neither recorded nor part Author: Ayesha Siddiqa.

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1st Edition Published on Ap by Routledge This volume examines the role of the military, the most influential actor in Pakistan, and challenges conve Military Control in Pakistan: The Parallel State - 1st Edition - Mazha. The military history of Pakistan (Urdu: تاريخ عسكری پاكِستان ‎) encompasses an immense panorama of conflicts and struggles extending for more than 2, years across areas constituting modern Pakistan and greater South history of the modern-day military of Pakistan began inwhen Pakistan achieved its independence as a modern nation.

As legislators in Pakistan go to the polls against a backdrop of political protests and religious militancy, a recent book on the Pakistani military has thrown light on the army's role in private.

An evaluation of the military coup in Pakistan sheds light on how the military gradually established its control over the affairs of the state, demonstrating that the military coups in Pakistan are a predictable response of the military to safeguarding of its institutional interests, rather than manifestations of ethnic, religious or regional by: 1.

Military control in Pakistan: the parallel state. [Mazhar Aziz] The Military in Politics 4. Examining Military Coup in Pakistan 5.

Ordering the State: Consolidating Military Control 6. `L Etat, c'est Militaire' Series Title: Routledge advances in South Asian studies, 8. Military control in pakistan 1. Military Control in Pakistan-The Parallel State,Mazhar Aziz /Editor data available Price: $, ISBN: ,Binding: Hardback Published by: Routledge,Publication Date: 24th October ,Pages: 2.

A document from Paksitan's Ministry of Defence Production reveals the country's progress on armored platforms and air power programs, despite economic : Usman Ansari. - Buy Military Control in Pakistan: The Parallel State (Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies) book online at best prices in India on Read Military Control in Pakistan: The Parallel State (Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 2.

(shelved 1 time as pakistan-military) avg rating — 9, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Good, well researched and lucidly written book on the subject of Pakistan military run business enterprises, which in sum form a significant part of the national economy. Read more.

Helpful. Comment Report abuse. out of 5 stars Sheds a extremely negative light on the by:   The Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) was placed under military control in with o personnel now involved in its operations.

You name it and the military has it. Military is the most powerful institution in pakistan. It is so powerful that it is known as "the state within a state" Since its creation inPakistan has always kept a military force much more than what it actually needed because they wer.

With regards to Indian line of control ongoing violation of UN resolution,what will the letter do to stop Indian Army&its government that Pakistan has diplomatically achieved in nearly last 7.BOOK REVIEW: A HISTORY OF THE PAKISTAN ARMY-BRIAN CLOUGHLEY (REVIEWED BY MAJOR A.H AMIN-RETIRED) Brian Cloughley’s book on the Pakistan Army is a welcome addition to the extremely limited number of books on the Pakistan fact that such a book was not written by a Pakistani soldier or a civilian scholar does not paint a very bright picture about the state of history.

Pakistan’s Civil-Military Relations Pakistan’s civilian government has little control over the country’s powerful army which stands out as a most trusted institution, with more than 80 percent public approval, compared to 36 percent approval for government.