Does democracy have a chance in Pakistan? Pakistan: The Struggle Within documents and analyses, among other things, the geopolitical scenario, the ethnic conflicts and civil-military relations in the country, and explores its immediate future, all of which have a great relevance—not only to India but also to the international community. In the sixty years of its existence, Pakistan has experienced four military coups and has been ruled by the military for more than half the period. Even during the interludes of democracy, Pakistan’s military exercised considerable power and influence. This book is a collection of essays written by some of the world’s best-known scholars and analysts on Pakistan. It highlights how Pakistan continues to battle multiple challenges to its sovereignty, identity and survival as a nation-state.
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