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Foreign Policy of Pakistan Under General Musharraf

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TOPIC:   Foreign Policy of Pakistan under General Pervez Mussharaaf
SUBMITTED TO: Honarable, Prof: Dr.Ayaz Sahib
  SUBMITTED BY:             Usman Ali

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  SEMESTER:       M.Phil 2nd    
  SUBJECT:       Foreign policy Analysis

                      Department of Political Science

FOREIGN POLICY OF PAKISTAN UNDER   GENERAL MUSHARRAF REGIME
 

  1. PRE 9/11FOREIGN POLICY OF MUSHARRAF

  2. POST 9/11 FOREIGN POLICY OF MUSHARRAF

  a. Pakistan relation with United state (US)
  I. Ecnomic benefits
  II. Defence benefets

  b. PAK-AFGAN RELATION

  c. PAKISTAN –INDIA RELATION

  d. PAK –CHINA RELATION  

  e. PAKISTAN RELATION WITH GULF REGION

  f. PAKISTAN RELATION WITH   IRAN


  3. Conclusion

  4. Bibliography

  1. Pre 9/11 foreign policy of Musharraf
As was the case in previous military governments, Musharraf intent was to return Pakistan to civilian rule as soon as feasible. The chief executive plan to achieve this goal was similar in certain aspects to that put forward by Ayub Khan.
The action of Pakistan generals was coldly received by many in the outside world. Washington was quick to criticize the coup leader and US President signaled his disfavor by changing his March 2000 South Asian visit so as to spend only a few hours in Pakistan while staying in India and Bangladesh for longer visits. However the strain in U.S.-Pakistan relations was caused by a wide range of issues. Pakistan sustained political instability its repeated failure at constructing civil society, the impediments to a resolution of the Kashmir question and most significantly the country's nuclear arms race with India.
In July as president Musharraf traveled to Agra India where he met with Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee to discuss regional security and importantly the issue of Kashmir. No real progress was made but the meeting set the stage...

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