Rethinking the National Security of Pakistan : The Price of Strategic Myopia

Rethinking the National Security of Pakistan : The Price of Strategic Myopia

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Table of Contents

        List of Figures                            viii
List of Tables ix
Preface x
Acknowledgments xii
Permission to Reprint xiv
Prologue: Pakistan's Unceasing Predicament xv
Historical Backdrop xv
Recent Events xviii
Musharraf's Decision Making Process xx
Pakistan's Unstinted Co-operation xxi
How did Pakistan Negotiate? xxii
Selling Pakistan Short? xxiv
The Sudden Collapse of the Taliban xxvi
Postscript xxvii
Introduction 1 (12)
Roadmap to this Book 2 (1)
South Asia 3 (2)
Summary of the Major Wars 5 (2)
The Impact of Defense Spending 7 (3)
The Soft Path to National Security 10 (3)
The Clash in Kargil 13 (6)
The Incursion into Kargil 13 (2)
The Steep Price of Withdrawal 15 (1)
The Downing of the Atlantique 16 (3)
The Political Economy of Militarism 19 (22)
The Rise of the Oligarchs 21 (1)
Military Rule 22 (19)
General (Field Marshal) Mohammad Ayub 23 (2)
Khan
General Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan 25 (1)
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto 26 (2)
General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq 28 (3)
Benazir Bhutto 31 (2)
Nawaz Sharif 33 (2)
General Pervez Musharraf 35 (6)
Premises in National Security Policy 41 (10)
Fear of India 41 (6)
Optimism about Allied Co-operation 47 (1)
Optimism about its Military Capabilities 48 (3)
Warfighting Effectiveness 51 (16)
Order of Battle 51 (1)
Pakistan's Military Successes 52 (2)
Military Failures 54 (1)
Failures in the Higher Direction of War 55 (5)
The 1965 War 56 (2)
The 1971 War 58 (2)
Failure to Co-ordinate Infantry--Armor 60 (2)
Operations
Failure to Co-ordinate Army--Air--Navy 62 (5)
Operations
Evaluating General Niazi 67 (4)
India's Security Policy and Combat 71 (8)
Effectiveness
India's Security Policy 71 (2)
Military Successes 73 (2)
Military Failures 75 (4)
Emerging Tensions with China 79 (20)
Roots of the Sino-Pakistani Relationship 79 (5)
China's New Foreign Policy 84 (2)
Disequilibrium in the Sino-Pakistani 86 (5)
Relationship
Scenarios of the Future 91 (1)
Postscript 92 (7)
The Fallacy of Nuclear Deterrence 99 (14)
Threat Perceptions and Nuclear Doctrine 101 (2)
The Conventional Balance of Power 103 (2)
Increase in Indian Defense Budget 105 (1)
The Nuclear Balance of Power 105 (2)
Projecting the Nuclear Balance 107 (1)
The Deterrence Trap 108 (5)
An Integrated Approach to National Security 113 (6)
Resolving the Conflict over Kashmir 119 (12)
Underlying Strategic Interests 120 (1)
Recent Events 121 (1)
Analyzing the Options 121 (1)
Elements of a Winning Solution 122 (1)
Building a Peace Process 123 (4)
Phase I: Jump-starting the Peace Process 125 (1)
Phase II: Defusing Tensions along the 126 (1)
LoC
Phase III: Defusing Tensions inside 126 (1)
Kashmir
Phase IV: Searching for a Peaceful 126 (1)
Solution
Phase V: Choosing and Implementing a 127 (1)
Peaceful Solution
Postscript 127 (4)
Organizational Reform in the Military 131 (8)
The Long View of Pakistan's Economic 139 (14)
Prospects
A Grim Future for Pakistan and a Bright 141 (2)
Future for India?
Pakistan's Economic History 143 (3)
Pakistan's Economy in 2001 146 (2)
Alternative Futures for Pakistan 148 (5)
Reducing Military Expenditures 153 (12)
The Lure of Defense Spending 153 (3)
The Peace Dividend 156 (3)
Optimal Force Levels 159 (6)
International Experiences with Disarmament 165 (10)
Economic Benefits 167 (1)
The US Experience 167 (1)
The Russian Experience 168 (1)
The Chinese Experience 169 (1)
The German Experience 170 (1)
The United Kingdom Experience 171 (1)
Postscript 171 (4)
Bibliography 175 (10)
Index 185 (5)
Personal Note about the Author 190

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Preface vii

Introduction 1 (22)

1 The Godly Life Art of Suffering 23 (30)

2 The Content of the Godly Life Art of Suffering 53 (12)

3 The Art of Suffering in the Context of the 65 (20)

Life of Faith

4 The Form of the Art of Suffering in the 85 (10)

Second Part of the Seventeenth Century

5 The Doctrine of Contentment 95 (16)

6 The Art of Contentment: Joseph Hall's The 111(18)

remedy of discontentment (1645), Jeremiah

Burroughes' The rare jewel of Christian

contentment (1648), Jeremy Taylor's 'Of

Contentednesse in all estates and accidents'

(1650), Thomas Watson's The art of divine

contentment (1653), Simon Patrick's The hearts

ease (1659), and Richard Allestree's The art of

contentment (1675)

7 The Defence of God in Jeremiah Burroughes' 129(12)

The rare jewel of Christian contentment (1648),

Thomas Brooks' The silent soul (1659), and

William Bates' The great duty of resignation to

the divine will in affliction (1684)

8 The Response to the Problem of Accusations of 141(12)

Imperfection against God in Richard Allestree's

The art of contentment (1675) and James

Bardwood's Hearts-ease in heart-trouble (1690)

9 The Defence of God's Government of the World 153(16)

in Richard Baxter's Obedient patience (1683)

and Nathaniel Spinckes' Of trust in God (1696)

Epilogue 169(26)

Appendix A Richard Baxter's The life of faith: 171(6)

in three parts (1670)

Appendix B The Impact of the Art of Writing 177(10)

Sermons on the History of the Art of Suffering

Appendix C 'Residual' Versions of the Godly 187(8)

Life Art of Suffering

Bibliography 195(18)

Index 213