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Pakistan From The Rhetoric Of Democracy To The Rise Of Militancy

Author : Ravi Kalia
ISBN : 9781136516405
Genre : History
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The essays in this volume address the central theme of Pakistan’s enduring, yet elusive, quest for democracy. The book charts Pakistan’s struggle from its very inception, at least in the political rhetoric provided by both civilian and military leaders, for democracy, liberalism, freedom of expression, inclusiveness of minorities and even secularism. At the same time, it demonstrates how in practice, the country has continued to drift towards increasingly brittle authoritarianism, religious extremism and intolerance of minorities — both Muslim and non-Muslim. This chasm between animated political rhetoric and grim political reality has baffled the world as much as Pakistanis themselves. In this volume, scholars and practitioners of statecraft from around the world have sought to explain the dichotomy that exists between the rhetoric and the reality. Crucial areas such as Pakistan’s troubled status as a theocracy; its relationship with the US; the position of women and their quest for empowerment; the Mujahir Qaumi movement; the sharp class divide that has led to an elitist political culture; and finally, an erudite discussion of the popular topic — Jinnah’s vision of Pakistan — are the focus of this book. This volume will be of interest to scholars of history, political science, international relations, sociology, anthropology and urban planning, policy-makers and think-tanks, as well as the wider reading public curious about South Asia.

Understanding Pakistan

Author : Mathew Joseph C.
ISBN : 9781351997256
Genre : Social Science
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Understanding Pakistan: Emerging Voices from India is the outcome of a national seminar for research scholars on Pakistan organized by the Centre for Pakistan Studies at the MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. The aim of the seminar was to explore how young minds in India view Pakistan, the quintessential ‘enemy’ country or the ‘other’ of India. The range of topics included issues related to Pakistan’s politics, economy, popular culture, education, environment, sectarian divide, minorities, policy towards Jammu & Kashmir and foreign relations. The established academic discourse on Pakistan in India is largely dominated by concerns linked to security threats emanating from within Pakistan. Due to this overemphasis on security-related issues, Indian scholarship on Pakistan is considered to be highly subjective and partisan. However, in this volume, most of the young scholars distance themselves from the main thrust of Indian scholarship on Pakistan and provide a fresh perspective on Pakistan which can potentially rupture the established tradition of Indian scholarship on Pakistan. Hopefully, it will be these scholars who in the near future will be at the forefront of emerging scholarship on Pakistan in India.

Pakistan The Taliban Al Qaeda And The Rise Of Terrorism

Author : William J. Topich
ISBN : 9781440837616
Genre : Political Science
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This single-volume work documents Pakistan's troubled history, which has led to current global insecurities and created a breeding ground for radical insurgency and terrorism. • Offers a comprehensive look at the broad range of terrorist and insurgent groups operating in Pakistan • Examines the nature of Pakistan's response to combating these groups from within and addresses complex questions regarding whether its policies facilitate or obstruct the violence • Covers heated issues such as U.S. drone strikes in the region that target various radical groups as well as relations between the United States and Pakistan • Considers Pakistan's future prospects in terms of the growth of radicalized activity, the nation's internal political struggles, and the survival of the state

Human Rights And Democratic Development In Pakistan

Author : Hina Jilani
ISBN : UOM:39015051281049
Genre : Democracy
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ISBN : UVA:X030281910
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Essays On State And Democracy In Pakistan

Author : Inayatullah ((Ph. D.))
ISBN : UOM:39015042792047
Genre : Constitutional history
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The Radical Humanist

Author : Manabendra Nath Roy
ISBN : UVA:X004735292
Genre : Radicalism
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ISBN : IND:30000092738016
Genre : World politics
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Islamische Gelehrtenkultur In Nordindien

Author : Jamal Malik
ISBN : 9004107037
Genre : History
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This volume on Islamic scholarship provides new insights into the social and intellectual history of the complex learned culture in Muslim North India from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries, by analyzing popular and pietist, traditionalist and reformist movements and institutions.

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