Pakistan’s Foreign Policy (Routledge Studies in South Asian Politics)

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9781032169057
Routledge
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2022
276
Paperback
2220

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This book analyses Pakistan’s foreign policy and external relations with a focus on contemporary developments, including the impact of the new government of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the powerful military, and the “middle power” status.

Structured in two parts – Foundation and Operationalization – the book provides a broad overview of Pakistan’s foreign policy and addresses specific foreign policy choices. Contributor’s explore issues such as Pakistan’s middle power status from a theoretical perspective, Imran Khan’s foreign policy, Pakistan’s relations with Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the EU, and Pakistan’s evolving Indian Ocean strategy. Based on in-depth interviews with Pakistani scholars, politicians, and diplomats, the book offers a timely perspective on Pakistan’s foreign policy.

The book will be of interest to academics working on Pakistan, South Asian Politics, Security and Conflict Studies, International Relations and Foreign Policy, and Asian Studies.

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About the Author

Ghulam Ali is an Associate Professor at School of Marxism, Department of Political Science, Sichuan University of Science and Engineering, Zigong, PR China. He is the author of China– Pakistan Relations: A Historical Analysis (2017) and co-editor of Perspectives on Contemporary Pakistan Governance, Development and Environment (Routledge, 2020).

Pakistan’s Foreign Policy (Routledge Studies in South Asian Politics)

Description

This book analyses Pakistan’s foreign policy and external relations with a focus on contemporary developments, including the impact of the new government of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the powerful military, and the "middle power" status. Structured in two parts – Foundation and Operationalization – the book provides a broad overview of Pakistan’s foreign policy and addresses specific foreign policy choices. Contributor's explore issues such as Pakistan’s middle power status from a theoretical perspective, Imran Khan's foreign policy, Pakistan's relations with Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the EU, and Pakistan's evolving Indian Ocean strategy. Based on in-depth interviews with Pakistani scholars, politicians, and diplomats, the book offers a timely perspective on Pakistan’s foreign policy. The book will be of interest to academics working on Pakistan, South Asian Politics, Security and Conflict Studies, International Relations and Foreign Policy, and Asian Studies.

Praise and Reviews

Not available

About the Author

Ghulam Ali is an Associate Professor at School of Marxism, Department of Political Science, Sichuan University of Science and Engineering, Zigong, PR China. He is the author of China– Pakistan Relations: A Historical Analysis (2017) and co-editor of Perspectives on Contemporary Pakistan Governance, Development and Environment (Routledge, 2020).
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