Ayesha Siddiqa

Visiting Professor, University of Pennsylvania

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Visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Military Inc: Inside Pakistan's Military Economy

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In parliamentary elections, voters have repudiated President Pervez Musharraf by giving two opposition parties control of Pakistan's National Assembly.

Election Returns Pakistan from Military to Civilian Rule

In parliamentary elections, voters have repudiated President Pervez Musharraf by giving two opposition parties control of Pakistan's National Assembly.

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