Pakistan’s Foreign Policy in Crisis: Reform of Perish

Pakistan’s Foreign Policy in Crisis: Reform of Perish Crisis may seem a mild word for the predicament in which Pakistan’s foreign policy stands today. In open conflict with Afghanistan and India, Islamabad has also picked up a row with the principal benefactor the United States. Opposing India’s membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is the narrow immediate objective of diplomacy being undertaken by the defacto Foreign Minister Mr Sartaj Aziz. This as the country finds the number of hold outs against India in the NSG reducing each day with Switzerland and Mexico having confirmed their no objection to Prime Minister Modi, while others as New Zealand are also expected to follow suit. Also Read Pak Analysts Contemplate Options to Counter PM Modi’s strategy t...
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