Taking an explicitly comparative theoretical approach, Saeed Shafqat presents a comprehensive exploration of civil-military relations in Pakistan. He begins by describing the history of military hegemony in this volatile South Asian country & then examines the breakdown of military control, assessing the rise of the Pakistan People's Party & the changing configuration of party-military relations.
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