The Politics of Social Transformation in Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan
This volume comprises the work of some of the leading authorities in Southwest Asian and Middle Eastern studies concerning the state-initiated interventions to restructure the socio-political order in Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan.
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The Ephemeral Elite
The New Political Elite of Afghanistan
Charisma Theocracy and Men of Power
The State and Political Privilege in Pakistan
Redistribution and the State in Afghanistan
The State and Social Equity
The State and the Political Economy
Afghan Women in Peace War and Exile
Power Morality and the New Muslim
Gender Inequality in the Islamic Republic of Iran
The Consequences of State Policies
administration Afghan Afghanistan agricultural areas Ayatollah Ayatollah Khomeini Ayub Khan Babrak bazaaris Benazir Bhutto Bhutto bureaucracy central charisma civil Communist Council cultural distribution dominant economic elections elites established ethnic expenditure faction female forces gender groups Hizb-i ideological income increase India industrial inequality Iran Iranian Islamic Republic Islamist issue Kabul Khalqis Khomeini labor land reform landlords leaders literacy Majlis major male ment middle military million minister mobilization modern Muhajirs mujahidin Muslim Najibullah Nawaz Sharif official organizations Pakistan Parchamis party Pashtuns PDPA peasants percent period Peshawar policies political population PPP's provinces Punjab qawm radical redistribution refugees regime religious resistance revenue revolution revolutionary role rural schools sector Shicite Sindhi social society Soviet structure tion traditional tribal ul-Haq ulama urban village West Pakistan women workers Zia ul-Haq Zulfikar Ali Bhutto