DOI:​10.1017/9781316492420
Corpus ID: 157979777
Politics of Desecularization: Law and the Minority Question in Pakistan
Sadia SaeedPublished 2017Political Science
Politics of Desecularization is primarily a study of state-religion relations in contemporary Pakistan. It is also the only academic work to theorize statereligion relations that is specifically… Expand
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