6 edition of Pakistan under the military found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Shahid Javed Burki and Craig Baxter with contributions by Robert LaPorte, Jr. and Kamal Azfar.|
|Series||Westview special studies on South and Southeast Asia|
|Contributions||Baxter, Craig., LaPorte, Robert, 1940-, Kamal, Azfar, 1938-|
|LC Classifications||DS384 .B883 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||90049969|
Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a country in South is the world's fifth-most populous country with a population exceeding million. By area, it is the 33rd-largest country, spanning , square kilometres (, square miles).Pakistan has a 1,kilometre (mile) coastline along the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman in the south and is bordered by Calling code: + Books shelved as military: American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History by Chris Kyle, Lone Survivor: The Eyewit.
For decades, Pakistan’s powerful military has been in control of the country’s politics whether directly, as during several decades of military dictatorships, or indirectly, as during attempts. In sharp contrast to neighboring India, the Muslim nation of Pakistan has been ruled by its military for over three decades. The Army and Democracy identifies steps for reforming Pakistan's armed forces and reducing its interference in politics, and sees lessons for fragile democracies striving to bring the military under civilian control.
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Pakistan Under The Military: Eleven Years Of Zia Ul-haq (WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES ON SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA) 1st EditionCited by: Ayesha Siddiqa’s book is a great insight into the ascent of military power in Pakistan from the time of Ayub Khan.
The entire book divides the military era of beginning in which the Armed forces establish financial trusts ( )/5(17). As the Pakistan Army has been a central player in Pakistani politics, this book is a must for anybody who is interested in the Pakistan Army or Pakistani politics.
Shah has brought to light some little or unknown facts of Pakistani politics and explains others which have not been analyzed. The book is full of new facts and by: Written by Shahzad F.
Malik This book undertakes a comprehensive and documented study of the role of the military in Pakistan’s society and politics with a view to explaining why and how a professional military can acquire political disposition. This book analyses the Military Justice System of Pakistan and makes an assessment of its international obligations under the international human rights law and the laws of armed conflict.
tweet Pakistan Army Weapon Systems Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information And Weapon Systems. The book tackles a previously taboo subject - the range and depth of the military's business interests - considered a major factor in the ambitions of the generals who have ruled Pakistan.
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. Given demographic challenges, Pakistan’s leadership will be pressed to implement economic reforms, promote further development of the energy sector, and attract foreign investment to support sufficient economic growth necessary to employ its growing and rapidly urbanizing population, much of which is under the age of ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Zia's eleven years / Shahid Javed Burki --Restructuring the Pakistan political system / Craig Baxter --Constitutional dilemmas in Pakistan / Kamal Azfar --Pakistan's economy under Zia / Shahid Javed Burki --Administrative restructuring during the Zia period / Robert LaPorte, Jr.
--Pakistan. Praise for Pakistan Under Siege “ Pakistan Under Siege is fascinating, and a tremendously valuable contribution to the literature.” —Teresita C. Schaffer, SurvivalAuthor: Madiha Afzal. Ayesha Siddiqa wrote a book on military economy.
These sort of things are run by most of the armed forces in the world. The book is worth reading in which Pakistan army and its economy is discussed. Writers of Pakistan Army: Books written by officers of Pakistan Army.
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Decem by Editor. Please click any of the following links to read the books written by Army officers. loading Filed Under: Army Blog. "This bold book explains why it will be so difficult to persuade the Pakistani military to renounce political power and return to the barracks.
It is a must read for anyone who cares about Pakistan or its future." Lee H. Hamilton, President and Director, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars"Siddiqa demonstrates [how] economic impunity and political impunity are closely related.
Pakistan under third military president. Jammu, India: Gujral Printers, (OCoLC) Named Person: Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq; Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Santokh Singh Gujral. Under the military establishment’s thumb | Pakistani media, which has a long tradition of being very lively, has become a priority target for the country’s “deep state,” a euphemism for the constant manoeuvring by the military and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the main military intelligence agency, to subjugate the civilian executive.
It is estimated that approximately 60–70% of Pakistan's military personnel are deployed along the Indo-Pakistan border. In the aftermath of the United States invasion of Afghanistan, more thanpersonnel were shifted towards the Tribal Areas adjacent to Afghanistan. SincePakistan's military forces have been engaged in military efforts against al-Qaeda personnel:(ranked 6th).
Your next book is Shuja Nawaz’s Crossed Swords: Pakistan, Its Army and the Wars Within, which looks at the role of Pakistan’s army and its relationship with the United States. Shuja Nawaz’s book is a monumental study of the Pakistani army and its politics, and, since Pakistan is a country in which the army has always had an unusually large role in determining the political and economic.
But however you look at it, there's no denying the Pakistan army's political power is growing. It all dates back to the Peshawar school attack of. 5 M. AZIZ, Military Control in Pakistan: The Parallel State, London, Routledge,pp.
; 6 Between and military spending represented on average more than half ofFile Size: KB. The other book, Hein G. Kiessling’s Faith, Unity, Discipline: The ISI of Pakistan, could have been extraordinary. Kiessling lived in Pakistan for Author: Thomas E.
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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers.General Sir Douglas Gracey relinquished the command of the Pakistan Army on 23 Januaryunder pressure of calls for "nationalisation" of the army.
The Pakistan government already called for appointing native commanders-in-chief of army, air force, navy and dismissed deputation appointments from the British s/wars: War in Waziristan (–39), World War II.