The latest edition of the Pakistan Army’s Green Book, a prestigious internal publication with essays by serving officers, reveals mounting fears among its officer. The green book is not a 'for public' type of publication. Its primarily meant for serving/retired officers. Available at services libraries and the one at the. Pakistan army green book Download pakistan army green book or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get.
The latest edition of the Pakistan Army’s Green Book, a prestigious internal publication with essays by serving officers, reveals mounting fears among its officer corps that the deepening India-United States strategic relationship could pose a threat to the country. Major-General Shaukat Iqbal, one of the most senior officers writing in the 2011 Green Book, describes what he calls an emerging “Indo-U.S. Install Sap On Oracle Rac Administration. Nexus.” His essay argues that geo-strategic developments show “all conspiracy theories are getting materialised and [the] Great Game played in the region is posing a serious threat to the security and integrity of Pakistan.” The two countries hope Pakistan “is tamed and sufficiently weakened to act in form of colonised state which should serve U.S. Interest and oblige to the dictates of India” [sic.]. He writes that the United States wishes to “use the war on terrorism as an instrument [to] get [the] Pakistan Army bogged down, weakening its war stamina [and] creating a wedge between religious forces and the Army”.
It is also, he says, “disreputing [sic.] and maligning the Pakistan Army and the ISI through actions like [the] raid on Osama Bin Laden’s complex.” The essay says India has expansionist ambitions, quoting Prime Minister Indira Gandhi — without citation — as saying she would never forgive her forefathers “for accepting the division of India,” and vowing to undo it.