Great Clarendon Street, Oxford ox2 6DP. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in. ISBN 1 4 PDF eBook military relations 39; The civil–military partnership type 41; The Chapter 12 From Military Inc. to Media Inc. Citation: H-Net Book Channel. New Book - Military, Inc.: Inside Pakistan's Military Economy. The H-Net Book Channel.
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Operating in the shadows, Pakistan's military industrial complex owns and controls Military Inc. dares to illuminate the military as an oppressive holding. In Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa, a Pakistani political analyst and Woodrow Wilson Center scholar, published her fundamental research on a specific phenomenon, . Ayesha Siddiqa. Military Inc.: Inside Pakistan's Military Economy. Karachi: Oxford University Press, pages. Paperback. Rs The book is about.
Siddiqa shows in great detail how the economic benefits that military officers can obtain when in or close to the seat of power stimulate them to solidify their political position in order to retain and expand those economic benefits. As Dr.
Siddiqa points out, this relationship raises profound questions about Pakistan's future. A must-read. Complex, riveting, absorbing, Siddiqa has written a vitally important book which enhances our understanding of the army on the front line in the war on terror.
Siddiqa provides us with the first understanding of the workings of one the most secretive armies in the world -- Ahmed Rashid, Far Eastern Economic Review An incisive look at the largely hidden economic empire run by and for the benefit of Pakistan's military.
This courageous book will not please Pakistan's generals.
But no Pakistani, civilian or military, can afford to ignore its sobering analysis. She contributes regularly to Jane's Defence Weekly.
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