MILITARY INTERVENTIONS IN PAKISTAN AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

Jamshed Ali Baloch, Ghulam Mustafa Gaho

Abstract


Military interventions have remained part and parcel of underdeveloped nations. The case of Pakistan is unique in certain extent. Historically, the long spells of military rules are cumulative result of weak state institutions, lake of politically motivated leadership and foreign intervention always give new life to the military dictators; due to its perfidious regional and international interests. Intractable implications of military rules in Pakistan are meager state of economy, weak political and state institutions and derailment of constitutional democracy. Pakistan is tilting towards new trends in its political dynamics as judicial activism, continuation of electoral process, explosion of electronic and social media and democratization.

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