Book Chapters

  1. Pakistani Madrassas. Ideological Stronghold for Saudi Arabia and Gulf States. In Christophe Jafferlot and Laurence Louer (eds), Pan-Islamic Connections. Transnational Networks Between South Asia and the Gulf. (to be published – Hurst, 2017).
  2. Mapping the Establishment. In Ishtiaq Ahmed and Adnan Rafiq, Pakistan’s Democratic Transition: Change and Persistence (Routledge Studies in South Asian Politics, 2016).
  3. Businessmen in Boots – Pakistan’s Entrepreneurial Military. In Zeinab Abul-Magd and Elke Grawert (eds.), Businessmen in Arms. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016).
  4. Pakistan’s Modernism: A Hybrid Theocracy? In Shaun R. Gregory (ed), Democratic Transition and Security in Pakistan. (Routledge, 2016).
  5. Pervez Musharraf: Yet Another Dictator. Chapter contributed in Roger D. Long (ed), A History of Pakistan. (Oxford University Press, 2015).
  6. Pakistan’s Civil-Military Balance: The Fourth Round. Chapter contributed in Rajesh Basrur and Kartik Bommakanti (eds), Demilitarizing the State: South and Southeast Asian Experience. (Singapore: Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) Monograph No: 25, 2012).
  7. The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in South Asia. In E. Sridharan (ed). International Relations Theory and South Asia. (Oxford University Press, 2011). A theoretical and comparative study of civil-military relations in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
  8. Can Non-Provocative Defense Work for Pakistan? In Navnita Chadha-Bahera (ed)., International Relations in South Asia: A Search for an Alternative Paradigm (Sage Publications, 2008). Pp. 235-251.
  9. The Development of Security Studies in Pakistan. In Inayatullah, Rubina Saigol and Pervez Tahir, (eds), Social Sciences in Pakistan: A Profile. (Islamabad: Council for Social Sciences, 2005). This was a UNICEF project.
  10. National Security, Democracy failure and Continuing Militarization of State and Society. Chapter in Militarizing State, Society and Culture in Asia. Critical Perspectives. (Hong Kong: Asian regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA), 2005).
  11. Pakistan’s Military expenditure Decision-making Process. In Joern Brommelhorster (ed), Demystifying the Peace Dividend. (Nomos, Feb. 2000.
  12. Arresting Light Weapons Proliferation in Pakistan: Is There a Way Ahead? In Over a Barrel – Light Weapons & Human Rights. The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative book, London, Nov. 1999.