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Sohail Mahmood
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Bureaucracy in Pakistan: A historical analysis

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an analysis of the government bureaucracy in Pakistan
104 pages
Published 1990 by Progressive

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Sohail was born and raised in Pakistan. He got his higher education in the United States. Sohail is a university professor of political science and has taught in various universities and colleges of both Pakistan and United States for about 30 years. He has published widely on international politics of South Asia and the Middle East, development and governance issues of the region. Sohail has also
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