Ethnicity And Politics In Pakistan

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Oxford University Press, 1998 - Political Science - 294 pages
Ethnicity and Politics in Pakistan offers an historical and political analysis of ethnicity's role in Pakistani politics and society. Gathering and critically reinterpreting his own writings of the past twenty-five years, Ahmed develops a contemporary account of ethnic differences in Pakistan, offering new insights into past events as well as illuminating theoretical explanations and social analyses.

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The Nationality Theory
The Language Question in Sindh
The Sindhi Grievances

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About the author (1998)

Feroz Ahmed received his doctorate in demography from The Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, and went on to teach at several universities in the United States, Canada, and Pakistan. He lectured on Pakistani issues for nearly three decades and, at the time of his death in April of 1997, had written or contributed to twenty books and monographs.

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