Rethinking the National Security of Pakistan: The Price of Strategic Myopia
Offering a comprehensive examination of Pakistan's national security, this book provides coherent, interrelated analysis of the key issues such as political leadership, social and economic development and foreign policy over the past half-century.
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The Steep Price of Withdrawal
Premises in National Security Policy
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Afghan Afghanistan Ahrari Air Force aircraft allies armed forces armored army chief Asian attack Ayub Khan Ayub's Beijing Bhutto border budget capability Chapter China Chinese civilian Cloughley combat command conflict corruption countries coup created defense spending democracy deterrence divisions domestic East Pakistan economic development failure fighters fighting fiscal foreign policy global growth Gul Hassan India India and Pakistan Indian Air Force Indian army Indian forces infantry International Islamabad Islamic issue Karachi Kargil Kashmir Lahore launched leaders leadership levels major military expenditures military rule million mujahideen Musharraf Muslim national security Nawaz Sharif Niazi Notes nuclear weapons operations Pakistan Army Pakistan's military Pakistani army Pakistani forces Pakistani navy peace percent of GDP Pervez Pervez Musharraf political population President Prime Minister reduce region Rizvi social soldiers South Asia Soviet strategic Taliban tanks threat troops United West Yahya Khan Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto