Military leads in foreign affairs, national security, Pildat Report

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news56sf6sf5news56sf6sf56news56sf6sf57ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development & Transparency (PILDAT) in its report titled “State of Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan, June 1, 2015-July 31, 2016” has remarked that civil-military relations in Pakistan as the federal government completes three years in office, it appears as if the military leadership has established itself as the final arbiter on foreign affairs and national security, with the elected government relegated to either an auxiliary role, or a parallel national security regime.Read detail above in Urdu.

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