Freedom at Midnight? The Origins of the Divergent Politico-Military Trajectories in India and Pakistan
West Point Press
Malik Neal graduated from College of the Holy Cross in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in History with a concentration in Asian Studies. He is currently a Fulbright Junior Research Scholar in Sri Lanka. This paper was taken from his thesis for the Spring 2012 Holy Cross Washington Semester Program, where he interned in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, specifically with then Ranking Member, Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN).
Neal, Malik. “Freedom at Midnight? The Origins of the Divergent Politico-Military Trajectories in India and Pakistan.” Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review Volume 4, Issue 1 (2013): 76-87