Understanding Civil-Military Relations
A theoretical analysis
Zafar Iqbal Yousafzai
In terms of consecutive duration of civilian governments in Pakistan’s history, this year marks the thirteenth year of uninterrupted civilian rule. In the past, we have not seen such bonhomie and convergence between civil and military leadership—ranging from foreign policy to domestic politics and even economic policy. If we talk about minus-military policies in Pakistan, it may be a misleading thinking as the theories of civil-military relations do not support this view—except that of Huntington’s view of “objective civilian control,” that is, at least not possible, in developing world.
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