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Civil-military relations in Pakistan

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Has the Pakistan Army Changed Its India Policy?

Has the Pakistan Army Changed Its India Policy?

By K.S. Venkatachalam
General Qamar Bajwa's comments to the Pakistani Senate raised hope for better India-Pakistan relations.
The Mullah-Military Takeover of Pakistan

The Mullah-Military Takeover of Pakistan

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A Musharraf-Saeed alliance could provide the political face of the mullah-military takeover underway in Pakistan.

Hafiz Saeed’s Release Completes the Political Mainstreaming of Jihadists in Pakistan

Hafiz Saeed’s Release Completes the Political Mainstreaming of Jihadists in Pakistan

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The prime suspect of the Mumbai attacks can now personally spearhead the Islamist campaign for parliament.

Nawaz Sharif's Return to Politics Will Only Deepen Pakistan's Constitutional Crisis 

Nawaz Sharif's Return to Politics Will Only Deepen Pakistan's Constitutional Crisis 

By Umair Jamal
Sharif’s return to political leadership in the PML(N) will jeopardize Pakistan's already dire constitutional problems.

Sharif Disqualification to Worsen Civilian-Military Relations in Pakistan

Sharif Disqualification to Worsen Civilian-Military Relations in Pakistan

By Daud Khattak
Pakistan's former prime minister argued the case against him was a conspiracy backed by the military's "hidden hand."
Is Pakistan’s Democracy Back to Square One?

Is Pakistan’s Democracy Back to Square One?

By Umair Jamal
The process of democratic restoration in Pakistan will continue to face roadblocks unless civilian forces join hands.

Pakistan's Military Deletes a Controversial Tweet, Raising Questions

Pakistan's Military Deletes a Controversial Tweet, Raising Questions

By Umair Jamal
Did the Pakistani military roll back its decision that rejected the civilian government’s assessment in a leaks inquiry?
With One Tweet, Civil-Military Tensions in Pakistan Are Made Unusually Public

With One Tweet, Civil-Military Tensions in Pakistan Are Made Unusually Public

By Ankit Panda
The Pakistani military has been surprisingly transparent about its contempt for the country's civilian leaders.

‘Hidden Hands’ in Pakistan

‘Hidden Hands’ in Pakistan

By Prem Mahadevan
RAW, India’s external spy agency, is routinely charged with all sorts of machinations in Pakistan. What’s really at work?

Nawaz Sharif's Nightmare

Nawaz Sharif's Nightmare

By Abdul Basit
Pakistan's prime minister faces challenges from abroad and at home.

After Dawn: The Civil-Military Chasm Deepens in Pakistan

After Dawn: The Civil-Military Chasm Deepens in Pakistan

By Umair Jamal
A report on a closed-door meeting between the country’s civilian and military leadership has sent shock waves.
The Uri Attack and the Civil-Military Divide in Pakistan’s Kashmir Policy

The Uri Attack and the Civil-Military Divide in Pakistan’s Kashmir Policy

By Ahsan Yousaf Chaudhary
Since its founding, Pakistan's civilian and military leaders have clashed over how to resolve the Kashmir issue.

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