Pakistan - A Dream Gone Sour

Paperback | August 1, 1998

byRoedad Khan

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In this unique insider's view of those who have been at the helm of Pakistan's affairs since 1958, the author, from his vantage point as a senior civil servant, describes the rise and fall of five Presidents and the role of the sixth. He also examines national institutions and seeks to assessthe future of democracy in Pakistan.

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In this unique insider's view of those who have been at the helm of Pakistan's affairs since 1958, the author, from his vantage point as a senior civil servant, describes the rise and fall of five Presidents and the role of the sixth. He also examines national institutions and seeks to assessthe future of democracy in Pakistan.

Roedad Khan is a retired bureaucrat.
Format:PaperbackPublished:August 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195779800

ISBN - 13:9780195779806

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`...eminently readable and throws a lot of light on how things happen in Islamabad.' Khaled Ahmed, The Friday Times, Nov. 14-20 1997