Focusing on the problems associated with Pakistan's political development, this book identifies and evaluates the factors that have determined the effectiveness of the country's political institutions. Professor Hayes examines the relationship of Islamic values to political organization and public policy and discusses the basic features of the coun
Table of Contents
Theories and Concepts -- The Creation of Pakistan: Background -- Islamic Politics in Theory and Practice -- Constitutional Problems: Government in Concept -- Institutional Problems: Government in Action -- Problems of Democracy -- The Politics of Disintegration -- The Frustrations of Foreign Policy -- Bhutto and Bonapartism -- Conclusions
Louis D. Hayes is professor of political science at the University of Montana and the author of The Impact of U.S. Policy on the Kashmir Conflict.