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Islam, militarism, and the 2007-2008 elections in Pakistan

by Frédéric Grare

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Frederic Grare argues that the reality is that the Islamic forces will not be a defining factor in this election. They are a dependent variable whose power is largely determined by the army. The only real questions are whether the army's tactics for manipulating the 2007/2008 elections will differ from those used in 2002 and what role the Islamic parties will play in the process. (Worldcat)
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