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Military, State and Society in Pakistan

by Hasan-Askari Rizvi

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government - Comparative,
  • Military Science,
  • Political Science / History & Theory,
  • Political Science-Government - Comparative,
  • Technology / Military Science,
  • General,
  • Military-Political Relationships,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Armed Forces,
  • Civil-military relations,
  • Pakistan,
  • Political activity,
  • Politics and government,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages329
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9765162M
    ISBN 100312231938
    ISBN 109780312231934

    Pakistan's Political Parties is a one-of-a-kind resource for diplomats, policymakers, journalists, and scholars searching for a comprehensive overview of Pakistan's party system and its unlikely survival against an interventionist military, with insights that extend far beyond the region. 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.

      Civil-military tensions in Pakistan's case are a regularity and all civilian governments have experienced it. Military in Pakistan has been an omnipotent institution and will continue to do so. However, the balance between civilian and military leadership is complex and always in a state of flux. The only constant is that military has an upper Author: Raza Habib Raja.   This book offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil military relations in Pakistan It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic issues It also examines the changes within the military, the iThis /5().

    The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in Pakistan (POLITICS) By Aqil Shah. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. ISBN pp.   1. Business Interests of the Pakistani Military. In an paper published by the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) [1], Elisa Ada Giunchi, a professor of history and institutions of Islamic countries at the University of Milan, indicates that the Pakistani army is "the most powerful institution in the country" (ISPI July , 2).


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Military, State and Society in Pakistan by Hasan-Askari Rizvi Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan. It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision-making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic by: This book offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan.

It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision-making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic : Palgrave Macmillan UK. This book offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan.

It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision-making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic issues/5.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Military, State and Society in Pakistan by Hasan-Askari Rizvi (, E-book) at the best online prices at. A comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil military relations in Pakistan.

It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic issues.

It also examines the changes within the military, the impact of these changes on its. This book offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan.

It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision-making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic issues. Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Military, State, and Society in Pakistan.

Military, State, and Society in Pakistan. Rizvi offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan. He asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to be a key.

This book offers a comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan. It asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it continues to influence decision-making on foreign and security policies and key domestic political, social and economic issues.

It also examines the changes within the military, the impact of. Get this from a library. Military, state, and society in Pakistan. [Hasan Askari Rizvi] -- "The most comprehensive study of the dynamics of civil-military relations in Pakistan to date, this book asks how and why the Pakistan military has acquired such a salience in the polity and how it.

Pakistan Under Siege: Extremism, Society, and the State, by the young academic Madiha Afzal, is a remarkably clear, concise, and accessible attempt to dismantle assumptions common among Westerners about public opinion in PakistanAfzal not only gives the lie to Western stereotypes about the prevalence of extremist beliefs in Muslim countries; she also /5(9).

Pakistan State–Society Analysis • 7 Executive Summary The analysis in this report originates from the application of the 'State-Society Analytical Framework' (SSAF), a methodology developed by the Democratisation and Transitional Justice Cluster of the Initiative for Peacebuilding (IfP), to the Pakistani.

The Pakistan military: searching for state and society. an expert on Pakistan’s civil-military relations and author of a recent book on the issue, military officers are trained to suspect civilian leadership and control political affairs of the state.

It is not merely an issue of defending the country’s ideology, but using the cover of. Pakistan’s military has been in the global spotlight for several decades. Within the country, it has shaped both state and society, including arbitrating key decisions —.

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, spanningsquare kilometres (, square miles).Pakistan has a 1,kilometre (mile) coastline along the Arabian Sea and Gulf of Oman in the south and is Calling code: + Journal of the Research Society of Pakistan – Vol.

56, No. 2, July-December, of the Pakistan Army but it is silent on the causes which lead to confrontations between the civil and military leadership.

As regards the book of Ayesha Jalal, The State of Martial Rule, it describes only as how the martial laws were clamped in Pakistan. The arguments Shah makes are important as Pakistan has previously suffered a variety of excuses from military governments as to why the state was not ready for democracy, which included occasional support from highly regarded Western academics.

Mark Briskey on. The Army and Democracy: Military Politics in PakistanAuthor: Mark F. Briskey. “Pakistan Under Siege: Extremism, Society, and the State, by the young academic Madiha Afzal, is a remarkably clear, concise, and accessible attempt Author: Madiha Afzal. The Pakistan Armed Forces (Urdu: پاکستان مُسَلّح افواج ‎, Pākistān Musāllah Afwāj) are the military forces of are the sixth largest in the world in terms of active military personnel.

The armed forces comprise of Pakistan Army, Pakistan Navy (including the Marines)) and the Pakistan Air Force.A broader definition of Pakistan Armed Forces also includes the Active personnel:(ranked 6th).

The Future of Pakistan. infrastructure, and the military’s misplaced priorities, Pakistan is a deeply troubled state sists and Pakistan’s state and society are evenFile Size: KB. Based on theoretical and empirical research this book focuses on significant themes such as the oligarchic state structure dominated by the military and bureaucracy, civil society, Islam and the formation of Muslim identity in British India, constitutional traditions and their subversion by coercive policies, politics of gender, ethnicity, and.

The book loses the reader at the outset with a rambling academic discourse that stumbles through the theoretical frameworks of Samuel Finer, Samuel Huntington, Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer and Harold Lasswell to conclude (as tens of thousands of students of civil-military relations have concluded before) that the weakness of Pakistan’s polity and the relative Author: Broadsword.

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 for more. This book shows how Pakistan is an unusual ally for the US.

Pakistan is a military state, controlled by its army. Siddiqa examines the role of the military within Pakistan. The Pakistan military not only defines policy - it is entrenched in the corporate sector and controls the country's largest companies/5(13).