Making Enemies, Creating Conflict:

Pakistan\'s Crises of State and Society

31 May 2007
Edited by Zia Mian and Iftikhar Ahmad

A collection of essays exploring the political, social, economic and cultural origins of Pakistan's crises of state and society.

  1. Introduction
    Pervez Hoodbhoy
  2. The Roots of Violence
    Eqbal Ahmad
  3. The Politics and Dynamics of Violent Sectarianism
    Abbas Rashid
  4. The Karachi Cauldron
    Irfan Hussain
  5. Development and Conflict
    Zia Mian & Iftikhar Ahmad
  6. Jinnah's Vision of Pakistan
    Sharif al Mujahid
  7. Working Towards Pakistan-India Peace
    Mubashir Hasan
  8. Militarisation, Nation and Gender
    Rubina Saigol
  9. Conflict and Violence in the Educational Process
    Khurshid Hasanain &A. H. Nayyar
  10. Enemy Images on Pakistan Television
    I. A. Rehman
  11. Nuclear Enemies
    A. H. Nayyar

Mashal books, Pakistan

May 2007
Mashal Books, Lahore (eds.)

About the authors

Zia Mian

Zia Mian is a research scientist with the programme on science and global security, based at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He is a columnist of Foreign Policy in Focus, and contributor to TNI's Militarism and Globalisation project

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