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S led to the assumption that Pakistan might be ready to give up its longstanding ties with radical Islam But Pakistan's status as an Islamic ideological state is closely linked with the Pakistani elites' worldview and the praetorian ambitions of its military This book analyzes the origins of the relationships between Islamist groups and Pakistan. The former Pakistani ambassador to the United States 08 11 Haani makes a convincing case confirming some of the fears of the US and convictions of the Indians over at least the last couple of decades That Pakistani political affairs are dominated entirely by its military which rules on what Haani calls a tripod of policy aims1 Pan islamism and islamization as a means of justifying the existence of Pakistan and seeking leverage in the Muslim world2 Anti India aggression as a means of mobilizing the population and supporting the constant threat narrative of Pakistan which allows continued military domination of the country3 Economic and military development sought through foreign aid primarily that of the US by using them as an ally of convenience and hoodwinking support while often acting diametrically opposite to US interestHusain Haani goes beyond the usual analysis that starts with Zia's regime and the Afghan war and makes the convincing claim that the policy tripod has existed ever since the '47 partition and the military mosue alliance created by the Military by overtly and covertly supporting initially the Jamaat e Islam and later a wide host of Islamist groups has helped give the military an appearance of guardianship of Islam and a veneer of legitimacy despite the lack of popular support for the hardline Islamist parties which have never even come close to achieving legislative majority despite massive military supportHaani concludes that Pakistan's future lies in its shift of direction from ideological to functional state successful parliamentary democracy and abandonment of the policy tripod of seeking military confrontation with India aid from the US and political progress through IslamHaani a PPP appointee appears to have a pro Benazir bias never overt but one that he does not twist facts to support and indeed one that is uite justifiable His extensive indictment of the ISI does however occasionally uite rarely though to be fair descend into what can only be described as convincing conspiracy theoryAll in all an excellent analysis Highly recommended Death of a Ghost (Albert Campion Mystery, status as an Islamic ideological Why Arent They Shouting? state is closely linked with the Pakistani elites' worldview and the praetorian ambitions of its military This book analyzes the origins of the relationships between Islamist groups and Pakistan. The former Pakistani ambassador to the United States 08 11 Haani makes a convincing case confirming Why I Went Back some of the fears of the US and convictions of the Indians over at least the last couple of decades That Pakistani political affairs are dominated entirely by its military which rules on what Haani calls a tripod of policy aims1 Pan islamism and islamization as a means of justifying the existence of Pakistan and Horse Sense (Saddle Club, seeking leverage in the Muslim world2 Anti India aggression as a means of mobilizing the population and Wild Horses (Saddle Club, supporting the constant threat narrative of Pakistan which allows continued military domination of the country3 Economic and military development London in an Hour sought through foreign aid primarily that of the US by using them as an ally of convenience and hoodwinking Undressing The Devil support while often acting diametrically opposite to US interestHusain Haani goes beyond the usual analysis that Little Answer starts with Zia's regime and the Afghan war and makes the convincing claim that the policy tripod has existed ever Undercover Secrets since the '47 partition and the military mosue alliance created by the Military by overtly and covertly Amethyst supporting initially the Jamaat e Islam and later a wide host of Islamist groups has helped give the military an appearance of guardianship of Islam and a veneer of legitimacy despite the lack of popular In My Own Words support for the hardline Islamist parties which have never even come close to achieving legislative majority despite massive military Jules et Jim supportHaani concludes that Pakistan's future lies in its The Memory Box shift of direction from ideological to functional The Hometown Hero Returns (Home to Harbor Town, state Fever at Dawn successful parliamentary democracy and abandonment of the policy tripod of Jogging Round Majorca seeking military confrontation with India aid from the US and political progress through IslamHaani a PPP appointee appears to have a pro Benazir bias never overt but one that he does not twist facts to May Takes the Lead (Pony Tails, support and indeed one that is uite justifiable His extensive indictment of the ISI does however occasionally uite rarely though to be fair descend into what can only be described as convincing conspiracy theoryAll in all an excellent analysis Highly recommended

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's military and explores the nation's uest for identity and security Tracing how the military has sought US support by making itself useful for concerns of the moment – while continuing to strengthen the mosue military alliance within Pakistan – Haani offers an alternative view of political developments since the country's independence in 19. The book points out at some important points First anti Americanism in Pakistan is not a post 911 phenomenon US missions have been attacked in Pakistan even before the Afghan warSo it is absurd to link anti Americanism to drone strikes Second General Zia ul Ha did not bring Islamization in Pakistan He only used it as a card to gain the recognition and acceptance of the anti Bhutto Pakistan National Alliance PNA Actually PNA wanted Islamization and Zia gave it to them Third Ayub Zia Musharraf have all been anti India Pakistan's insecurity because of India has not diminished even after its acuisition of nukes Fourth the United States has not been sufficiently hard on Pakistan over its support for Kashmiri jihadist groups It also did not object much to Pakistan's nuclear program due to its own limitations during the anti Soviet war in Afghanistan Attentat mot Vita huset (Kane & Abel, security Tracing how the military has Twenty Questions sought US O Melhor Livro Sobre Nada support by making itself useful for concerns of the moment – while continuing to Lost and Fondue (A Cheese Shop Mystery, strengthen the mosue military alliance within Pakistan – Haani offers an alternative view of political developments Who Were the Wright Brothers? since the country's independence in 19. The book points out at The Expat Diaries some important points First anti Americanism in Pakistan is not a post 911 phenomenon US missions have been attacked in Pakistan even before the Afghan warSo it is absurd to link anti Americanism to drone The Hired Man strikes Second General Zia ul Ha did not bring Islamization in Pakistan He only used it as a card to gain the recognition and acceptance of the anti Bhutto Pakistan National Alliance PNA Actually PNA wanted Islamization and Zia gave it to them Third Ayub Zia Musharraf have all been anti India Pakistan's insecurity because of India has not diminished even after its acuisition of nukes Fourth the United States has not been Death of a Ghost sufficiently hard on Pakistan over its The Monk of Mokha support for Kashmiri jihadist groups It also did not object much to Pakistan's nuclear program due to its own limitations during the anti Soviet war in Afghanistan

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Among US allies in the war against terrorism Pakistan cannot be easily characterized as either friend or foe Nuclear armed Pakistan is an important center of radical Islamic ideas and groups Since 911 the selective cooperation of president General Pervez Musharraf in sharing intelligence with the United States and apprehending al aeda members ha. 45 StarsGovernment officials have not only used Islam to unify the multi ethnic and multi lingual Pakistani state but they have also used it to reinforce Pakistani identity in opposition to India's predominately Hindu population Conflict with neighbouring India has mainly benefited the Pakistani military which has used its exalted status to play a decisive role in government policy even during periods of civilian rule Pakistan became the first country to use 'Islamic Republic' in its constitutional name Maulana Maudidi's followers credited their leader's influence for this achievement since then Jamaat e Islami has emerged as Pakistan's most well organized and internally visible religious party although the number of its followers as a proportion of the total population have remained small The rise to power of the civil military complex ended the process of political bargaining in defining the direction of Pakistan During 1965 war the political force in West Pakistam PPP was unwilling to stand up to the military over atrocities in East Pakistan now Bangladesh Bhutto wanted to retain good relations with the ruling generals so that his chances of coming to power in the Western wing were not jeopardized The secession of East Bengal with Indian military assistance strengthened the political role of Islam in Pakistan Bhutto became the President only after he accepted that there would be no political interference in the armed forces The military as an institution needed a popular civilian leader to pick up the pieces after Pakistan's breakup By allowing Bhutto to come to power they focused on the political debate on Bhutto's rule in breaking up the country by failing to reach accommodation with Mujib ur Rahman The military operation of effecting Zia ul Ha's coup dètat after dismissing Bhutto was codenamed 'Operation Fairplay' to indicate that its purpose was to facilitate disengagement between waring political factionsans and ensure free electionsThe elections never happened and Zia became immensely popular with the USA for his support against the Soviets in Afghanistan To curb the propaganda of Pashtunishtan Pakistan army undertook a large scale counterinsurgency operation killing hundreds of Balochis and soldiers alike After Zia's mysterious death BB into power which was predominantly criticized by Nawaz Sharif Zia's stooge on two levels1 He worked with Islamist parties in uestioning her ideological credentials 2 Unleashed provincial sentiment among Punjabis who resented her for being a SindhiTwice her government was toppled on corruption charges and also because like her father she wanted to control the military's power ISI Chief along with the President and PM form a Trioka an extraconsitutional arrangement for civilian military consensus building on key domestic foreign policy and security issues The Troika meets periodically senior military and civilian officers are summoned to give briefings relating to the issues under discussion The Army Chief also holds meetings separately with the President and PM on political and security affairs A smooth interaction among the Troika members ensures the military's support for the PM which contributes to general political stabilityThe immediate price Musharraf paid to ualify for US support in September 2001 was to end Pakistan's support for the Taliban regime in Afghanistan The military's desire to dominate the political system and define Pakistan's national security priorities has been the most significant if not the only factor in encouraging an ideological paradigm for Pakistan The alliance between mosue and military maintains and sometimes exaggerates the psycho political fears and helps both the Islamists and the Generals in their exercise of political power Pakistan's relations with US have been part of the Pakistani military's tripod that emphasized Islam as a national unifier rivalry with India as the principal objective of the state's foreign policy and an alliance with US as a means to defray the costs of Pakistan's massive military expenditures The US has sought short term gains from its relationship with Pakistan inadvertently accentuating the country's problems in the process Pakistan's civil and military elite on the other hand must understand that how their three part paradigm for state and nation building has led Pakistan from one disaster to the next Blog | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn Sand (Sand, selective cooperation of president General Pervez Musharraf in The Sword of Honour Trilogy sharing intelligence with the United States and apprehending al aeda members ha. 45 StarsGovernment officials have not only used Islam to unify the multi ethnic and multi lingual Pakistani Une demande en mariage (Annotated) state but they have also used it to reinforce Pakistani identity in opposition to India's predominately Hindu population Conflict with neighbouring India has mainly benefited the Pakistani military which has used its exalted The Secret of the Sacred Temple (Secret Agent Jack Stalwart, status to play a decisive role in government policy even during periods of civilian rule Pakistan became the first country to use 'Islamic Republic' in its constitutional name Maulana Maudidi's followers credited their leader's influence for this achievement Indurain: La historia definitiva del mejor corredor del Tour de Francia (Córner) since then Jamaat e Islami has emerged as Pakistan's most well organized and internally visible religious party although the number of its followers as a proportion of the total population have remained Old Sins small The rise to power of the civil military complex ended the process of political bargaining in defining the direction of Pakistan During 1965 war the political force in West Pakistam PPP was unwilling to The Real Romney stand up to the military over atrocities in East Pakistan now Bangladesh Bhutto wanted to retain good relations with the ruling generals Liar so that his chances of coming to power in the Western wing were not jeopardized The The Final Warning (Maximum Ride, secession of East Bengal with Indian military assistance Cat & Dog strengthened the political role of Islam in Pakistan Bhutto became the President only after he accepted that there would be no political interference in the armed forces The military as an institution needed a popular civilian leader to pick up the pieces after Pakistan's breakup By allowing Bhutto to come to power they focused on the political debate on Bhutto's rule in breaking up the country by failing to reach accommodation with Mujib ur Rahman The military operation of effecting Zia ul Ha's coup dètat after dismissing Bhutto was codenamed 'Operation Fairplay' to indicate that its purpose was to facilitate disengagement between waring political factionsans and ensure free electionsThe elections never happened and Zia became immensely popular with the USA for his Katie Morag Stories support against the Soviets in Afghanistan To curb the propaganda of Pashtunishtan Pakistan army undertook a large Why Men Skim Stones scale counterinsurgency operation killing hundreds of Balochis and Phantom Horse (Saddle Club, soldiers alike After Zia's mysterious death BB into power which was predominantly criticized by Nawaz Sharif Zia's Kiss Kiss stooge on two levels1 He worked with Islamist parties in uestioning her ideological credentials 2 Unleashed provincial Road to the Dales sentiment among Punjabis who resented her for being a SindhiTwice her government was toppled on corruption charges and also because like her father Ask the Past she wanted to control the military's power ISI Chief along with the President and PM form a Trioka an extraconsitutional arrangement for civilian military consensus building on key domestic foreign policy and Outsider security issues The Troika meets periodically Sinful Cinderella (Dark Fairy Tale Queen, senior military and civilian officers are Flavor summoned to give briefings relating to the issues under discussion The Army Chief also holds meetings Interrupted Honeymoon separately with the President and PM on political and The New Crusade security affairs A Hostage smooth interaction among the Troika members ensures the military's Coltrane support for the PM which contributes to general political The Death of Sweet Mister stabilityThe immediate price Musharraf paid to ualify for US The Game of Lives (The Mortality Doctrine, support in September 2001 was to end Pakistan's La famiglia Winshaw support for the Taliban regime in Afghanistan The military's desire to dominate the political What A Carve Up system and define Pakistan's national Ivy Lane security priorities has been the most Better Living Through Criticism significant if not the only factor in encouraging an ideological paradigm for Pakistan The alliance between mosue and military maintains and Rosie Meadows regrets... sometimes exaggerates the psycho political fears and helps both the Islamists and the Generals in their exercise of political power Pakistan's relations with US have been part of the Pakistani military's tripod that emphasized Islam as a national unifier rivalry with India as the principal objective of the The Boy In The Cupboard state's foreign policy and an alliance with US as a means to defray the costs of Pakistan's massive military expenditures The US has Echo Come Home sought Bugs in Space short term gains from its relationship with Pakistan inadvertently accentuating the country's problems in the process Pakistan's civil and military elite on the other hand must understand that how their three part paradigm for Infinity: Beyond the Beyond the Beyond state and nation building has led Pakistan from one disaster to the next Blog | Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn