Compliance and defiance in patron-client state relationships: a case study of Pakistan’s relationship with the united states, 1947-2013
By employing the theoretical construct of patron-client state relationships, this thesis conducts a historical analysis of the relationship between Pakistan and the United States from Pakistan’s independence in 1947 to its first successful transition from one elected government to another in 2013. Specifically, the thesis places particular emphasis on two conflicts with global implications in which the United States and Pakistan were closely aligned with each...[Show more]
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