Nawaz’s “The Battle for Pakistan” reviewed by Marvin G. Weinbaum

Among the large number of fine books on Pakistan in recent years by academics, think-tank scholars, and practitioners, Shuja Nawaz’s The Battle for Pakistan stands apart. Like many others, his book underscores the inconstancy of the Pakistan-US relationship. It also resembles the rest in depicting Pakistan’s military as dominating the country’s narrative, and Afghanistan as driving much of Pakistan-US relations for almost four decades.

Marvin G. Weinbaum

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