- Title Pages
- List of Tables
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- Part One Nationalism without a Nation—and Even without a People?
- 1 The Socio-Ethnic Origins of Indian Muslim Separatism
- 2 An Elite in Search of a State—and a Nation (1906–1947)
- 3 Islamic State or a Collection of Ethnic Groups?
- 4 Five Ethnic Groups for One Nation
- Part Two Neither Democracy nor Autocracy?
- 5 Impossible Democracy or Impossible Democrats?
- 6 Variable-Geometry Military Dictatorship
- 7 The Judiciary, the Media and NGOs
- Part Three Islam: Territorial Ideology or Political Religion?
- 8 From Jinnah’s Secularism to Zia’s Islamisation Policy
- 9 Jihadism, Sectarianism and Talibanism
- 10 Toward Civil War?
- After 16 December 2014
- List of Acronyms
- The Pakistan Paradox
- Oxford University Press
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