Posted on June 1, 2007
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120 responses to “Ayesha Siddiqa’s “Military Inc.” Causes Waves in Pakistan”

  1. Sohrab A Khan says:

    Hi:

    Is this book ( Military Inc). available on net? If not, the author should have done this by now.
    Sohrab A Khan
    Toronto

  2. Riaz Haq says:

    It is now recognized that without Chinese military’s crucial role, it would have been very difficult for the Chinese to build the modern industrial base and attract massive foreign direct investments to become the factory of the world. It is also clear that, as a powerful and stable institution, Pakistani military can and should take inspiration from the PLA to play a much bigger role in Pakistan’s economic development and rapid industrialization to help increase the nation’s prosperity and lift millions out of poverty, as China’s PLA has done.

    Pakistan’s military should take a leaf from the Chinese PLA playbook. It should do what is necessary to strengthen the nation’s industry, economy and national security, regardless of any critics, including Ayesha Siddiqa Agha and her myriad fans. This is the best way forward to a well-educated, industrialized, prosperous and democratic Pakistan in the future.

    http://www.riazhaq.com/2009/06/militarys-role-in-p akistans-industrial.html

  3. Raza says:

    I wonder hou you survived after writing so much. Pak Army has the reputation of supressing individuals who try to expose their wrong doings.

    Well done and good job Dr. Sahiba.

  4. Raza says:

    I wounder after writing so much about Army you survived. Pakistan Army has the reputation of repressing openions and harming individuals who speak about their wrongdoing.

    Great job Dr. Sahiba.

  5. saqib says:

    can i get the email of pakistani analyst aisha siddiqa.