Pakistan’s new civilian-military cordiality in perspective

Wolf, Siegfried O.

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Since Imran Khan took office as Pakistan’s Prime Minister (PM) in August 2018, there has been an obvious improvement in the ties between the civilian government and the country’s armed forces. It is argued here that this new civil-military cordiality led to a constructive, less tensed working relationship between the army’s top brass and the civilian administration; however, it did not translate into any reduction in the military’s political influence, particularly over foreign affairs. […]

Document type: Article
Publisher: South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF)
Place of Publication: Brussels
Date: 2021
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 13 Dec 2021 09:46
Faculties / Institutes: Miscellaneous > Individual person
DDC-classification: Political science
Military science
Controlled Keywords: Pakistan, Zivilgesellschaft, Militär, Beziehung
Uncontrolled Keywords: Pakistan, Premierminister Imran Khan, Militär, Regierung, Politik, Einfluss, Macht, Außenpolitik / Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan, military, government, politics, influence, power, foreign policy
Subject (classification): Politics
Countries/Regions: Pakistan
Series: Themen > SADF Comment
Volume: 206
Additional Information: DOI: 10.48251/SADF.ISSN.2406-5617.C206 (der Erstausgabe)