Civil-Military relations Archive

دیواری ، اشتہاری ، اخباری اور بینری مافیا – از حیدر جاوید سید:
اداریہ تعمیر پاکستان بلاگ : کیا واقعی ملٹری و سویلین قیادت میں فاصلے بڑھ رہے ہیں ؟: انگریزی ڈیلی ڈان کی اشاعت 15 ستمبر 2015ء کی اشاعت میں ایک خبر کے مطابق سینٹ کی کاروائی کے دوران جب سینٹر مشاہد اللہ کے پی ٹی آئی کے دھرنے کے حوالے سے اس میں پاکستان آرمی کے سابق
اداریہ: نریندر مودی اور نواز شریف کے درمیان مشترکہ بانڈ کارپوریٹ بزنس ہے جس سے عام آدمی کا بھلا نہیں ہونے والا: بھارتیہ جنتا پارٹی نے 2014ء کے ہندوستان میں الیکشن کے اندر واضح اکثریت حاصل کرلی اور کانگریس نے بھی اپنی شکست تسلیم کرلی ہے بھارتیہ جنتا پارٹی نے نریندرا مودی کو اپنی طرف سے وزیر اعظم نامزد کیا ہے
یوم جمہوریہ سے یوم پاکستان تک، اندھا بانٹے ریوڑیاں، اپنوں اپنوں کو دے: آج 23مارچ ہے اور یہ دن کبھی پاکستان میں یوم جمہوریہ کے طور پر منایا جاتا تھا لیکن ہمارے آنجہانی جرنیل آمر ضیاء الحق کو چونکہ جمہوریت اور اس کے یوم منائے جانے سے سخت نفرت تھی تو انہوں
Military aircraft accidents cost Pakistani taxpayers 3,000 million dollars—By Shiraz Paracha: Over 3000 million U.S dollars of Pakistani taxpayers’ money is lost due to military aircraft crashes. The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) planes were lost not in wars but in accidents. The losses become phenomenal as military aircraft are mostly not insured.
Enough is enough – by Shiraz Paracha: You have ruled us enough You have ruined us enough You have raped our beloved country enough You have destroyed our future and shattered our dreams Enough is enough. Your concepts are weird, your plans are insane You are
When armies surrender – by Dr. Niaz Murtaza: This article is not a treatise on military tactics. It does not explain why and when armies throw in the towel on the battlefield. Rather, it analyzes the factors which force politically over-active militaries to ultimately surrender to civilian
Sangat Interview: Pakistan needs democracy for peace: Shaheed Benazir Bhutto: Here’s an exclusive interview of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, I did for quarterly Sangat in 2002. If you deem it fit, may publish it on LUBP. It may have some value even today.(Aziz Narejo) Demands commission to probe rigging junta’s
Excerpts from President Zardari’s interview with Herald: In the Dawn of October 7, 2010, excerpts from President Zardari’s interview to the Herald have been published. The October edition of Herald hit newsstands yesterday. What the President has said is something we as critical supporters of the
Pakistan needs civilian rule, says US envoy: The US has dismissed suggestions that the Pakistani military could form a viable alternative to the civilian government, widely criticized for its handling of the country’s flood crises. Special envoy Richard Holbrooke praised civilian politicians and said the US would support
International Democracy Day – Points for Pakistanis to Ponder:  In 2007,  the United Nations General Assembly decided to observe September 15th annually as the “International Day of Democracy” and invited all member states and organizations to commemorate the day in an appropriate manner that contributes to raising public
Once more —Zafar Hilaly: Source: Daily Times The reason why civilian governments and the army find themselves at odds on occasion is less their different perspectives on global or, for that matter, domestic developments and more because both are victims of their own
The road to perdition- by Dr. Muhammad Taqi: First published in Daily Times In the Obama lexicon, the word victory does not exist in the Afghan context. Indications are there that the Pakistani security establishment has been outsourced the effort to tame the Taliban to allow the
Command and control of war – by Ayesha Siddiqa: Published in the Tribune The writer is author of Military Inc and a visiting professor at Johns Hopkins University, US Pakistan’s army chief has received the much-desired extension. The decision of the civilian government was applauded by all