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Shuja Nawaz

In Pakistan, the army is key

A commanding officer viewed the roadblocks in front of the Presidential Office in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Monday. A commanding officer viewed the roadblocks in front of the Presidential Office in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Monday. (Wally Santana/Associated Press)
By Shuja Nawaz
November 7, 2007

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JUST WHEN outside observers were marveling at "liberal autocrat" General Pervez Musharraf's indulgence of democratic tendencies in Pakistan, a country that has been under military rule for more than half its existence, he pulled the rug from under their feet. (Full article: 704 words)

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