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More than half a century before, Muslims that ripped the Punjab part of India to create their own country, are still searching for their identity. This work talks about this issue.
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Book Description Manohar, New Delhi, 2002. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Introduction. I. The failed (Islamic) state : ethnic conflicts and sectarianism: 1. The Punjabization of Pakistan: myth of reality?/Ian Talbot. 2. In and out of power but not down and out: Mohajir identity politics/Yunas Samad. 3. Islam, the state and the rise of sectarian Militancy in Pakistan/S.V.R. Nasr. 4. The regional dimension of sectarian conflicts in Pakistan/Mariam Abou Zahab. II. At the crossroad of regional tensions: How to articulate a nationalist-cum-Islamic ideology?: 5. From official Islam to Islamism: the rise of Dawat-ul-Irshad and Lashkar-e- Taiba/Saeed Shafqat. 6. The Taliban: a strategic tool for Pakistan/Olivier Roy. 7. Pakistan and the Taliban: state policy, religious networks and political connections/Gilles Dorronsoro. 8. The Islamic dimensions of the Kashmir insurgency/Sumit Ganguly. 9. Pakistan and the 'India syndrome': between Kashmir and the nuclear predicament/Jean-Luc Racine. 10. The geopolitics of Pakistan's energy supply/Frederic Grare. III. How to project nationalism? The foreign policy of Pakistan in its region: 11. The dialectic between domestic politics and foreign policy/Mohammad Waseem. 12.The 'Multi-vocal state': the policy of Pakistan on Kashmir/Amelie Blom. 13 . Does the Army shape Pakistan's foreign policy?/Ian Talbot. Conclusion. "Pakistan has become a key actor in the realm of international relations post 11 September 2001. Like after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, its geopolitical situation has made it the main base for military operations and the fight against Bin Laden's Jihadist network. But the strategic 352 pp. Seller Inventory # 40505
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Book Description Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. More than half a century after its creation, Pakistan is still searching for its identity, as if partition, instead of solving the problem of the Muslims of Indian subcontinent, had generated new ones. This book looks at the contrast between the lack of a positive national identity---something different from Indian culture and the prevalence of a strong nationalism directed against India and analyses to what extent the strength of Pakistani nationalism may make up for the weaknesses of the nation. Printed Pages: 352. Seller Inventory # 44474
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