OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Governance in Pakistan: Hybridism, Political Instability, and Violence: Governance in Pakistan

ISBN : 9780199401840

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¥3,652
著者: 
Sagheer Ahmad Khan
ページ
328 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
138 x 216 mm
刊行日
2016年06月
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This book suggests that Pakistan has been stuck in a transition characterized by countervailing values and attitudes. The countrys governing elite could have led the society to cross the transition threshold through appropriate sociopolitical reforms but, being itself the product of existing social structures, it possesses both an authoritarian tendency as well as a belief in the legitimacy of a rational-democratic order. It is thus constrained by the paradox of practicing authoritarianism while seeking legitimacy in democratic terms. Furthermore, the task of adjustment between irreconcilable features compels adoption of short-term frameworks of decision-making. This ad hoc governance keeps the state oscillating between the poles of being an effective, resilient state or a failed one.

目次: 

Jinnahs Pakistan
Formation and Challenges of a State - Farooq Ahmad Dar
Karachi
The Land Issue - Arif Hasan, Noman Ahmed, Mansoor Raza, Asiya Sadiq-Polack, Saeed Uddin Ahmed, and Moizza B. Sarwar
Power Failure
The Political Odyssey of a Pakistani Woman - Syeda Abida Hussain
The Battle of Hussainiwala and Qaiser-i-Hind
The 1971 War - Lt Col. (Retd) Habib Ahmed
Muslim Architecture in Pakistan
Aspects of Public Welfare - Khurshid Hasan Shaikh
Balochistan
Architecture, Craft, and Religious Symbolism - Mohsen Keiany

著者について: 

Sagheer Ahmad Khan is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan. He has previously served as a visiting Lecturer and Research Assistant (in a HEC funded research project) in the department of Politics & IR at the International Islamic University, Islamabad.

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