My Life: Living Through Pakistan's Traumas
Pakistan went through a judicial revolution between March 2007-2009. In this autobiographical, historical and analytical perspective on Pakistan, Najm takes a closer look at the judicial revolution in Pakistan. Pakistani Judiciary becomes the reader's navigator through meandering paths of Pakistan's internal battles for institutional growth. This is also a diplomat's view of the socio-historical evolution of Pakistan. His outlook combines an insider's insights and limitations with an extensive historical and cultural learning process that includes living, working and pursuing academic interests abroad. He also unravels fundamental contradictions that militate against emergence of equitable educational opportunities in Pakistan. He meets thus a general reader, a policy maker, legal community abroad and at home, democracy advocates, the Diaspora, the students and analysts on their turf.
- Electronic book text
- 04 Sep 2010
- Morrisville, NC, United States