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This issue brief assesses the enduring political influence of the military in Pakistan. It delves into the historical, social, and geopolitical factors that have propelled the military's rise in the nation's governance structure. The brief also examines the military-bureaucratic nexus and its role in perpetuating military dominance, and the implications of a weak civil society and its constrained ability to counterbalance military power.
People have voted against the military’s political favourites but General Munir still gets to cook up the next coalition government
The 2024 Pakistani elections is a significant indicator of the increasing vulnerability of the military in the nation's political landscape and the po