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by Ilhan Niaz

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Ilhan Niaz
ISBN: 0195477316
ISBN13: 978-0195477313
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (June 28, 2010)
Pages: 320
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Ilhan Niaz has provided a refreshingly new perspective on the causes for the political . The book is very simple in its main argument.

Ilhan Niaz has provided a refreshingly new perspective on the causes for the political crisis and instability that Pakistan has found itself in for most of its short history. Applying this framework to Pakistan, he shows how the culture of power has regrettably not been altered by the brief interlude of British rule and the ruling elite has become as arbitrary and proprietorial as ever in the regions history.

The resulting deterioration in the intellectual and moral quality of the state apparatus is a mortal threat to Pakistan.

The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan Niaz, Ilhan Oxford Academ 9780199063420 : The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan attempts to explain Pakistans crisis of governance i. The resulting deterioration in the intellectual and moral quality of the state apparatus is a mortal threat to Pakistan.

Niaz Ilhan Niaz, PhD, is Other Oxford Books Old World Empires Assistant Professor of History at the Cultures of Power and .

Niaz Ilhan Niaz, PhD, is Other Oxford Books Old World Empires Assistant Professor of History at the Cultures of Power and Governance in Eurasia Quaid-i-Azam The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan, 1947–2008 Ilhan Niaz University, Islamabad, Ilhan Niaz This book provides a one-volume historical survey of the origins, Pakistan. He is the development, and nature of state power. and Governance of Pakistan was awarded Hamid Khan best non-fiction book of 2010 and at the 2011 Karachi Literature Festival.

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In the book, the author has tried to trace the current culture of power and governance in Pakistan through the .

In the book, the author has tried to trace the current culture of power and governance in Pakistan through the rich history of the Subcontinent. He has asked the question that why the State of Pakistan is constantly losing its writ as many incidents, such as the Laal Masjid debacle, are challenging the writ of the state. On the contrary, he has praised the British Colonisers who bestowed their State of Laws upon the people of the Subcontinent.

Ilhan Niaz is an Assistant Professor of History at the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan. He is the author of An Inquiry into the Culture of Power of the Subcontinent and has been published regularly in academic journals and newspapers. The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan is his second book and is based on hisPhD dissertation on the same subject.

However, Ilhan Niaz ends by pointing out that ‘Erdogan’s ambition seems to be to turn Turkey into a democratically . I am aware that Ilhan Niaz’s first book was entitled The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan 1947-2008 and, having read it, I know that the author is an expert in that field.

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The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan attempts to explain Pakistan's crisis of governance in historical and philosophical terms. It argues that South Asia's indigenous orientation towards the exercise of power has reasserted itself and produced a regression in the behavior of the ruling elite. This has meant that in the sixty years of independence from British rule the behavior of the state apparatus and political class has become more arbitrary, proprietorial and delusional. The resulting deterioration in the intellectual and moral quality of the state apparatus is a mortal threat to Pakistan. Regrettably, much of the academic and public discussion about developing societies has been vitiated by the heedless repetition of fashionable jargon that emphasizes national security, democracy and development. The Culture of Power and Governance of Pakistan draws upon the primary declassified record of Pakistan and a diverse array of theoretical inputs to try and balance the debate on the crisis of governance.
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