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  • What's Wrong with Pakistan?by Babar Ayaz

    Hay House 2013; US$ 9.99 US$ 7.35

    A courageous, comprehensive and no-holds-barred account, by a veteran journalist, of a 66-year-old nation that is still trying to find its identity and fighting its own demons . . .Beginning with the ‘genetic defect’ that Pakistan was born with, Babar Ayaz highlights the numerous problems faced by Pakistan today that have arisen as a result... more...

  • Pakistan in Crisisby Ashok Kapur

    Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 54.95

    With these questions in mind Professor Kapur charts the continuous power struggles of Pakistan's ruling elites. Using a historical and comparative approach he shows how the search for democracy and national identity has been hindered by army intervention, political intrigue and the failure of Islam to unite the various ethnic factions. While pessimistic... more...

  • Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic Identityby Akbar Ahmed

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 67.95

    Every generation needs to reinterpret its great men of the past. Akbar Ahmed, by revealing Jinnah's human face alongside his heroic achievement, both makes this statesman accessible to the current age and renders his greatness even clearer than before. Four men shaped the end of British rule in India: Nehru, Gandhi, Mountbatten and Jinnah. We know... more...

  • Judges and Generals of Pakistan Volume - Iby Inam Sehri

    Grosvenor House Publishing 2012; US$ 0.99

    Judges & Generals in Pakistan - Volume I' by Inam R Sehri is a collection of mostly his published articles; explaining diverse scenarios. This book evaluates certain conflicting news, editorials, opinions and criticisms on historical issues. No misleading intelligence story, no distracting investigative report, no concocted interview and no feed from... more...

  • Pakistan and the Geostrategic Environmentby Hasan-Askari Rizvi

    Palgrave Macmillan 1993; US$ 186.00

    A study of Pakistan's foreign policy with an emphasis on geostrategic environment, undertakes a critical review of Pakistan's interaction at the bilateral, regional and international levels. Focusing mainly on the period from 1972 to the present, the book examines Pakistan's troubled relations with India, interaction with the smaller states of South... more...

  • Militär und Kriegführung in der Antikeby Christian Mann

    De Gruyter 2013; US$ 35.00

    Christian Mann discusses the weaponry and war tactics of ancient armies as well as the status of soldiers in Greek and Roman society. Military phenomena are presented in the context of their interactions with social and economic developments and strategies for legitimizing warfare in ancient cultures. This textbook is classically divided in three parts:... more...

  • Death Wasn?t Painfulby Dhirendra S Jafa

    SAGE Publications 2014; US$ 26.00

    Death Wasn?t Painful  is a true account of the experiences of a former Indian fighter pilot, who was taken prisoner during the 1971 Indo-Pak/Bangladesh Liberation War. While depicting the intrepid life of fighter pilots in active combat, the book also has an introspective side where it portrays the soldier?s reactions to the terrifying realities... more...

  • Tanger, Maroc La sociologe d’une ville-frontière (A Sociological Study of Tangiers, Morocco)by Natalia Ribas-Mateos

    The Edwin Mellen Press 2015; US$ 179.95

    The purpose of the book is to analyze a border city by trying to include a historical effort which includes the city of Tangiers in Morocco. The representations of the city are considered here from an in-depth analysis of the historical vision of its city and of its center, its boulevard, as well as from its different neighborhoods. more...

  • Pakistanby Veena Kukreja; M P Singh

    SAGE India 2005; US$ 34.95

    This collection of essays takes a fresh look at the contentious themes of democracy, development and security in Pakistan today. Arguing that the three are closely interlinked, the editors posit that the political and economic experience of the past 58 years shows that neither democracy nor capitalist development can survive without the other. Using... more...

  • Pakistanby Mary Anne Weaver

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2010; US$ 16.99

    An eyewitness account by an acclaimed New Yorker reporter Wedged between India and Afghanistan, Pakistan is the second-largest nation in the Islamic world, and is situated in what is currently one of the most volatile regions on earth. It has assumed a commanding role in militant Islam, a frightening portent being its creation of Afghanistan's... more...