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Ups and Pakistan's military and explores the nation's uest for identity and security Tracing how the military has sought US support by making itself useful for concerns of the moment – while continuing to strengthen the mosue military alliance within Pakistan – Haani offers an alternative view of political developments since the country's independence in.. The book points out at some important points First anti Americanism in Pakistan is not a post 911 phenomenon US missions have been attacked in Pakistan even before the Afghan warSo it is absurd to link anti Americanism to drone strikes Second General Zia ul Ha did not bring Islamization in Pakistan He only used it as a card to gain the recognition and acceptance of the anti Bhutto Pakistan National Alliance PNA Actually PNA wanted Islamization and Zia gave it to them Third Ayub Zia Musharraf have all been anti India Pakistan s insecurity because of India has not diminished even after its acuisition of nukes Fourth the United States has not been sufficiently hard on Pakistan over its support for Kashmiri jihadist groups It also did not object much to Pakistan s nuclear program due to its own limitations during the anti Soviet war in Afghanistan

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Pakistan Between Mosue And Military

Has led to the assumption that Pakistan might be ready to give up its longstanding ties with radical Islam But Pakistan's status as an Islamic ideological state is closely linked with the Pakistani elites' worldview and the praetorian Pakistan Between ePUB #10003 ambitions of its military This book analyzes the origins of the relationships between Islamist gro. A good roudup of the role of Pakistan s military in shaping up Pakistan s politicsideology and even it s problem The book is somewhat surprising when it links Pakistan military s support for militant groupsJihadists in Afghanistan for instance to a recurreing pattern that has been used by them since the inception of Pakistan The book is slightly biased towards a pro PPP stance but even then is an interesting read and makes many end smeet

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Among US Mosue And eBook #180 allies in the war against terrorism Pakistan cannot be easily characterized as either friend or foe Nuclear armed Pakistan is an important center of radical Islamic ideas and groups Since the selective cooperation of president General Pervez Musharraf in sharing intelligence with the United States and apprehending al aeda members. A timely read given the recently upheld of capital by a religious mob It helped me understands these recent events as well as a decade back the affairs with Taliban people tracing back roots of religious fundamentalism often stop at Zia ul Ha s efforts for Islamization of state They term it as starting point of support of fundamentalists and inflow of drugs and weapons to Pakistan which in later years proved to be lethal for Pakistan Here Mr Haani went beyond that and argued that this Mullah Military romance started from the very beginning soon after independence attributing this to the policy of Muslim league to play religion card and giving a vague picture of the new state The role of US all along is disappointingand shameful is the role of prominent political leaders like ZA Bhutto for simply carrying out the agenda of mullah military complex This book personally made me nihilistic about Pakistani politics And my belief that democratic government can change the policies which have deeply harmed us is badly shattered A well written insightful book Will recommend to anyone interested in understanding relations between mosue and military


10 thoughts on “Pakistan Between Mosue And Military

  1. says:

    45 StarsGovernment officials have not only used Islam to unify the multi ethnic and multi lingual Pakistani state but they have also used it to

  2. says:

    A timely read given the recently upheld of capital by a religious mob It helped me understands these recent events as well as a decade back the affairs with Taliban people tracing back roots of religious fundamentalism often stop a

  3. says:

    Basically the book sheds lights on the mainstream political history of Pakistan with a uniue emphasis on relationship between Mosue and Military Generals and Mulahs; Pakistani power groups and their interactions with each ot

  4. says:

    A very well written book It is actually a must read for anyone trying to understand the nuances and forces at play within Pakistan The author has taken lot of pains to research and explain the events which have made the country a h

  5. says:

    The former Pakistani ambassador to the United States 08 11 Haani makes a convincing case confirming some of the fears of the

  6. says:

    A good roudup of the role of Pakistan's military in shaping up Pakistan's politicsideology and even it's problem The book i

  7. says:

    Very timely read given the AfghanistanPakistan focus of the US Reading this book helped me to understand the militaryintelligence foundation of the country of Pakistan and how those facets have always run the cou

  8. says:

    The book points out at some important points First anti Americanism in Pakistan is not a post 911 phenomenon US missions have been attacked in Pakistan even before the Afghan warSo it is absurd to link anti Americanism to drone strikes Second General Zia ul Ha did not bring Islamization in Pakistan He only used it as a card to gain the rec

  9. says:

    one must understand Americans will leave afghanistan as they left it torn apart and in a mess for the neighbours to handle after USSR war 1979 What option does Pakistan have to keep the border safe ? At the same time CIA was posed hero once they fought alongside Taliban and are posed hero when they fought against Taliban This boo

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    Haani's insightful treatment of the military mullah alliance in Pakistan based on years of experience and research Skillfully exposes the shallow Islamist foundations of Pakistan's foreign policy and domestic politics and show how the military establishment has used militancy to promote its own interests at the expense of the country's democratic institutions

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