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Civil—military relations Civ-Mil or CMR describes the relationship between civil society as a whole and its civil authority and the military organization or organizations established to protect it. CMR incorporates a diverse, often normative field, which moves within and across management, social science and policy scales.
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Pakistan State-Society Analysis
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Military, State and Society in Pakistan
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In the newly independent Pakistan consisted of two distinct parts: the smaller but more densely populated East Pakistan, centred on the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta region, and the much larger West Pakistan, occupying the northwestern portion of the Indian subcontinent. However, in , after the country had experienced more than two decades of turbulent politics, the eastern region seceded and established itself as the independent state of Bangladesh. In the aftermath of that event, Pakistan now reduced to the former West Pakistan faced a number of political and economic problems and uncertainties about its future. Several seemingly irreconcilable domestic conflicts have left their mark on the politics of Pakistan. The first of these occurred at the highest levels of leadership, involving the key political actors from the political parties, the higher bureaucracy , and the upper echelon of the armed forces notably the Pakistani army. Constitutions in Pakistan have been less about limiting the power of authority and more a legal justification for arbitrary action.
Military, state, and society in Pakistan / Hasan-Askari Rizvi. p. cm. Includes PDF. Pakistan Democratic Front. PDM. Pakistan Democratic Movement, PDP.
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What is the impact of deep structures, formal and informal institutions, and current events on the nature of the state in Pakistan and its relations with society? This report from The Initiative for Peacebuilding analyses the causes of weak state-society relations in Pakistan and explores the complex power dynamics that underpin them. Despite the bleak picture that emerges, a better understanding of the context can help the international community to engage with Pakistan on a constructive and long-term basis, with the overall objective of supporting genuine democratisation and building substantive citizenship. This report applies the methodology of the State-Society Analytical Framework SSAF and is structured around three dimensions: i foundational factors; ii rules of the game; and iii the current context. The fragile situation in Pakistan needs to be understood in the context of the historical interaction between formal and informal factors.
Pakistan's short history as a country has been very turbulent. Fighting among the provinces--as well as a deep-rooted conflict that led to a nuclear stand-off with India—prevented Pakistan from gaining real stability in the last five decades. It oscillates between military rule and democratically elected governments, between secular policies and financial backing as a "frontline" state during the Cold War and the war against terrorism.
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