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Pakistan and the Muslim World

Mathew Joseph C

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Pakistan and the Muslim World is the outcome of an international seminar organised by the UGC-Centre for Pakistan Studies at the MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

Unlike other Muslim countries, Pakistan came into being in the name of Islam and Muslim nationalism. The Arab world also witnessed the emergence of nationalism in the 20th century. However, the thrust of Arab nationalism was different from that of Muslim nationalism and the Two Nation Theory which were the basis of the formation of Pakistan. While Arab nationalism was imagined as an idea anchored around Arabic language and secularism, Muslim nationalism and the Two Nation Theory were based on Islam and the distinctiveness between Hindus and Muslims. Despite this cardinal difference, the changes that have been taken place in the Muslim world over the years always impacted upon the politico-economic and socio-cultural realms of Pakistan. The book tries to locate Pakistan in the larger context of the Muslim World both politically and ideologically. It also discusses the impact of the changes that happens in the Muslim World on the body politic of Pakistan. It brings together the views of a mix of scholars from India and Pakistan and the volume will be of interest to academics, policy planners, journalists and the general readers.

Mathew Joseph C Mathew Joseph C. is an Associate Professor at the MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. He is also the Coordinator of the UGC-Centre for Pakistan Studies (UGC-CPS), MMAJ Academy of International Studies. He specialises in studies related to Pakistan, Bhutan, South Asia and International Relations. His major publications include Ethnic Conflict in Bhutan (1999), Deshadeshanthara Rashtreeyavicharam (2015), a co-edited volume titled Pakistan in a Changing Strategic Context (2004) and an edited volume titled Understanding Pakistan: Emerging Voices from India (2015 and 2017).

Contents

Acknowledgements

Contributors

1. Introduction
Mathew Joseph C.

Muslim World and the Changing World Order
2. Islam and International Relations: Understanding the Politics of Culture
A. K. Ramakrishnan

3. The Search for a New Discursive Space in the Muslim World: From the Arab Spring to Katchi Abadis of Pakistan Kingshuk Chatterjee

Pakistan’s Islamic Identity
4. Pakistan’s Search for Its Identity
Kalim Bahadur

5. Contested Identities of Pakistan: Exploring Alternative Visions
Rasul Bakhsh Rais

Ideology, Islam and the Muslim World
6. Pakistan: State, Civil Society and Political Islam
K. M. Seethi

7. Understanding Salafi Movement in the Context of Pakistan
M. H. Ilias

8. Pakistan and Islamist Movements in the Muslim World
Mathew Joseph C.

Pakistan’s Relations with the Muslim World and the Extended Neighbourhood
9. Islamic Predicament of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy
Noor Ahmad Baba

10. Remittances from West Asian Countries and Pakistan’s Political Economy
Faisal Abbas

11. Pakistan and Xinjiang: Deconstructing the Islamic Linkages
Bhavna Singh

Muslim World, Proliferation and Pakistan’s Internal Faultlines
12. Nuclear Proliferation from Pakistan to the Muslim World:
An Ideological and Commercial Enterprise
Manpreet Sethi

13. Cleavages in the Islamic World: Sectarianism in Pakistan 239
Alok Bansal

 

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