Pakistan: Nationalism without a Nation

Christophe Jaffrelot

Pakistan: Nationalism without a Nation

Christophe Jaffrelot

Distributed for Zed Books

352 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $42.95 ISBN: 9781842771174 Published April 2002 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Introduction

Part 1: Failed State: Ethnic Conflicts and Sectarianism
1. The Punjabization of Pakistan: Myth or Reality - Ian Talbot
2. The Mohajir Issue - Yunas Samad
3. The New Religious Groups - Saeed Sahfqat
4. Islam, the State and the Rise of Sectarian Militancy - S.V.R. Nasr
5. Interpreting Ethnic Movements in Pakistan - Christophe Jaffrelot

Part 2: At the Crossroads of Regional Tensions
6. The Indian Syndrome: Between Kashmir and the Nuclear Predicament - Jean-Luc Racine
7. The Islamic Dimension of the Kashmir Insurgency - Sumit Ganguly
8. The Regional Dimension of Sectarian Conflicts in Pakistan - Mariam Abou Zahab
9. Pakistan and the Taleban - Olivier Roy
10. The Taleban Factor in Regional Politics - Gilles Dorronsoro
11. The Geopolitics of Pakistan's Energy Supply - Frederic Grare

Part 3: State Without a Foreign Policy?
12. The Dialectic between Domestic and Foreign Policy - Mohammed Waseem
13. The 'Multivocal' State: The Kashmir Politics of Pakistan - Amelie Blom
14. Does the Army Shape Pakistan's Foreign Policy? - Ian Talbot
15. Conclusion: And Yet It Exists - Pierre Lafrance
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