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Ethno-national movements of Pakistan domestic and internation factores by Tahir Amin

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Published by Insitute of Policy Studies in Islamabad, Pakistan .
Written in English



  • Pakistan


  • Pakistan -- Politics and government -- 1971-1988,
  • Pakistan -- History -- Autonomy and independence movements,
  • Pakistan -- Ethnic relations

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 258-274)

StatementTahir Amin ; foreword by Khurshid Ahmad.
LC ClassificationsDS384 .A776 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxxx, 285 p. :
Number of Pages285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1837720M
LC Control Number89932232

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Ethno-national movements of Pakistan: domestic and international factors: Author: Tahir Amin: Publisher: Insitute of Policy Studies, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Sep. CONTENDING IDENTITIES OF PAKISTAN AND THE ISSUE OF DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IJAZ KHAN ABSTRACT A democratic progressive Pakistan is tied with a Pakistani identity based on the facts of plurality of its being. contending ethno national identities and their final erosion., that Pakistan has encountered since independence relate to federal-prov-ince relations and ethno-national movements, such as the hostile seces-sion of East Pakistan . Title as it appeared in M.I.T. Graduate Lists, February Ethno-national movements of Pakistan: domestic and international factors. Bibliography: v. 2, leaves by Tahir by: 8. The ethnicity and other socio-cultural, linguistic problems are sensitive issues, which existing in the society. These elements are a danger for the national integrity and solidarity. In the present research is highlighting the elements of ethnic.

Muhammad Ijaz Laif Muhammad Amir Hamza. This paper is an attempt to define ethnic nationalism in Pakistan with reference to Balochistan. The federation is weakened by military regimes that cannot understand the real situation of Baloch nationalism and its deep roots among the people of Balochistan. To explain and analyze the problem, the study has used books, journals, newspapers, . few chapters, the book, as a whole, is self-sufficient, and covers virtually all the major, important aspects of the Pakistan Movement, starting with an introductory chapter, “Origins and Development of the Pakistan Movement”, which will be helpful for the beginners, especially for students at .   The Sole Spokesman: Jinnah, the Muslim League, and the Demand for Pakistan; by Ayesha Jalal Although most historical accounts assert that the “two-nation theory” was the basis of the creation of Pakistan, there are opposing arguments as well. In her book, Ayesha Jalal refutes the conventional explanation about the creation of Pakistan. Rahman () describes the language and political history of Pakistan as 'volatile' which reflects the fact that several ethno-nationalist and ethno-linguistic movements have been neutralised by.

The book titled ‘The Politics of Ethnicity in Pakistan: The Baloch, Sindhi and Mohajir Ethnic Movements’ is an effort to understand the Pakistani state and government’s treatment of non. Ethno-national movements of Pakistan. Islamabad, Pakistan: Insitute of Policy Studies, (OCoLC) Online version: Amin, Tahir. Ethno-national movements of Pakistan. Islamabad, Pakistan: Insitute of Policy Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tahir Amin. the ‘creation of Pakistan was opposed by Afghanistan, as well as the Pakhtun nationalists who consorted with the Indian national congress on the issue’.8 3 Pakistan: The Frontier Gandhi, Time Magazine, Monday, Jan. 18, 4 Ibid 5 Tahir Amin, Ethno -National movements of Pakistan,   In order to understand the Pakistani state and government’s treatment of non-dominant ethnic groups after the failure of the military operation in East Pakistan and the independence of Bangladesh, this book looks at the ethnic movements that were subject to a military operation after the Baloch in the s, the Sindhis in the s and Mohajirs in the s: 1.