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    Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army’s Way of War (Oxford University Press, 2014) C. Christine Fair, PhD., one of the foremost South Asian experts, has made Pakistan army the subject of her book: Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army’s Way of War. The overarching theme, resonating with all the eleven chapters in the book, depicts the Pakistan army as central to all the misfortunes befalling the country. Fair accentuates the overbearing presence and consequent ruinous decisiveness of the Pakistan army in military, economic, political and diplomatic arenas. Furthermore, Fair contends, that the contestation between India and Pakistan has been predominantly orchestrated by the Pakistani army. In a nutshell, Fair delineates that most countries have armies; however, the Pakistan army retains…

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    highly disputed, and it led to many small skirmishes in the area. Simultaneously in Kashmir, Pakistan feared that the Indians were spreading their political influence in Kashmir, and the Muslim population did not want to be under Hindu control. India had just recently finish a war with China in northern Kashmir in which the Indians lost thousands of men in the mountains of Kashmir. The Chinese victory showed the Pakistani government that the Indians were not prepared for war, and the Indian…

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    Pakistan War Assignment

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    due to the threat of India that led Pakistani leaders to take military assistance from US army. Since the inception of Pakistan, the economic and political ties observed between the two countries. Also in 1950, instead Liaqat Ali Khan would visit Moscow is turned down and choose to visit the United States. Since then Pakistan has played the role of a close ally of the US. The military assistance of about $508 million given to Pakistan by the US. Pakistani military at this time was lucky to…

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    Security briefing paper on Pakistan Introduction: Having lost the last vestiges of its secular inspiration in the bloody marshes of Bangladesh in 1971, the country the world knows as Pakistan is at present under siege from a motley armada of militant groups, trying to establish an Islamist utopia . The situation is made worse by the schizophrenic state of the country’s counter-terrorism approach, with differential treatments meted out to Afghan Taliban and Laskhkar-e- Taiba ( groups…

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    sacrificed for this piece of land, Pakistan is country for which my ancestors have sacrificed their lives, happiness and even their property. This country is not a piece of a land for me it is my identity, when your ancestors gave their life, property, money and even their happiness then this country just not remains a piece of land but actually it is a name for our emotions . I love Pakistan and I want to highlight this point that a human cannot love a piece of land, a human cannot give his…

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    Introduction On August 14, 1947, as a result of 3rd June plan, a new state in the world came into existence known as Pakistan. This state was divided into two wings-the East Pakistan and the West Pakistan. From the creation of Pakistan, the Eastern wing was constantly at stake and it faced many problems such as issue of capital, difference of language, Ayub Khan’s biasness, his policies regarding East Pakistan, six points presented by Sheikh Mujeeb-ur-Rehman and the influence of Indian…

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    Ayub Khan Case Study

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    plan, a new state in the world came into existence known as Pakistan. This state was divided into two wings-the East Pakistan and the West Pakistan. From the creation of Pakistan, the Eastern wing was constantly at stake and it faced many problems such as difference of language, Ayub Khan’s biasness and his policies regarding East Pakistan, six points presented by Sheikh Mujeeb-ur-Rehman and the influence of Indian government in the East Pakistan. Due to these circumstances, the East and the…

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    because the people on the armed conflict territories risk their lives so it is unfair to them. Additionally, more developed countries have more choice of weapons, which may be also much more advanced than the weapons available, for example in Pakistan. Pakistan is poorer country than the U.S. so their means to defend themselves are weaker comparing to the means of the attackers with hundreds of drones loaded with the newest technology and sensors available all around the world. It is also…

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    Operation Jackpot Essay

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    Bengali conventional force would occupy lodgment areas inside Bangladesh and then Bangladesh government would request international diplomatic recognition and intervention. The location was settled on Sylhet. 2. Sending the maximum number to guerrillas inside Bangladesh as soon as possible with the following objectives • Increasing Pakistani casualties through raids and ambush • Cripple economic activity by hitting power stations, railway lines, storage depots and communication networks. •…

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    The war that I have decided to focus on for the purposes of my paper is the India-Pakistan war, more specifically the war of 1971. India and Pakistan have always been confronting each other due to their opposing ethnic, religious and political differences. The war of 1971 was the third war between India and Pakistan and the origins of this war were different from previous wars. Since the partition of British India and Pakistan in 1947 there have always been constant conflict and tension. The…

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