Foreign Affairs Pakistan

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Foreign Affairs Pakistan

Author by : Pakistan. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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Pakistan Foreign Relations

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Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Pakistan

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Description : The official website of the Pakistan Foreign Ministry provides a history of the ministry, its organizational structure, an outline of international issues that the Pakistani government is concerned with, press releases and reports issued by the ministry. Documents are archived from January 2000. Links to UN documents concerning Kashmir and Afghanistan.


Foreign Affairs Pakistan

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Foreign Affairs Record

Author by : India. External Publicity Division
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Pakistan S Nuclear Weapons

Author by : Paul K. Kerr
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Description : Pakistan¿s nuclear arsenal consists of approx. 60 nuclear warheads, although it could be larger. Islamabad is producing fissile material, adding to related production facilities, and deploying additional delivery vehicles. These steps will enable Pakistan to undertake both quantitative and qualitative improvements to its nuclear arsenal. Islamabad does not have a public, detailed nuclear doctrine, but its ¿minimum credible deterrent¿ is widely regarded as primarily a deterrent to Indian military action. Contents of this report: Background; Nuclear Weapons; Responding to India?; Delivery Vehicles; Nuclear Doctrine; Command and Control; Security Concerns; Proliferation Threat; and Pakistan¿s Response to the Proliferation Threat.


Pakistan Treaty Series 1954 60

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Joint Communiques 1977 1997

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Description : A compilation of joint communiques and statements that Pakistan signed with other countries since independence in 1947.


Pakistan S Foreign Policy 1947 2012

Author by : Abdul Sattar
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Description : This new edition has been updated to provide an insight into the making, implementation, and consequences of Pakistan's foreign policy from Partition to post-9/11 years. It will facilitate a deeper understanding of the strategic compulsions that have driven decision-making in Pakistan's national security and foreign policy. This concise history will be of interest to readers seeking to form an objective perspective on Pakistan's foreign policy.


Oversight Of U S Pakistan Relations

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
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Afghanistan And Pakistan

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
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Political Developments In Pakistan

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs
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U S Aid To Pakistan

Author by : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs
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India S Pakistan Policy

Author by : Stuti Bhatnagar
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Description : This book critically examines the role of think tanks as foreign policy actors. It looks at the origins and development of foreign policy think tanks in India and their changing relevance and position as agents within the policy-making process. The book uses a comparative framework and explores the research discourse of prominent Indian think tanks, particularly on the India–Pakistan dispute, and offers unique insights and perspectives on their research design and methodology. It draws attention to the policy discourse of think tanks during the Composite Dialogue peace process between India and Pakistan and the subsequent support from the government which further expanded their role. One of the first books to offer empirical analyses into the role of these organisations in India, this book highlights the relevance of and the crucial role that these institutions have played as non-state policy actors. Insightful and topical, this book will be of interest to researchers focused on international relations, foreign policy analysis and South Asian politics. It would also be a good resource for students interested in a theoretical understanding of foreign policy institutions in general and Indian foreign policy in particular.