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Pakistan’s Policy towards Suez Canal Crisis

Suez Canal crisis is referred to a set of conflicts which eventually culminated as a war between Britain, Israel, and France, against Egypt in 1956 and finished in 1958. The conflict appeared with the gradual evolution of Nationalism in Egypt and major offensives launched by the Israel in return on …

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Ballistic Missiles

In modern warfare, the ballistic missiles play an important role for the internal and external security of a state. These missiles largely enhanced both offensive and defensive capabilities of the developed countries and a handful of the third world countries like Argentina, Brazil, Pakistan, Egypt, India, etc. Countries like America, …

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Pakistan’s Nuclear Tests 1998

When British left Indian sub-continent, they left behind them a permanent source of conflict i.e. Jammu & Kashmir between its successor-states i.e. Pakistan and India in order to put a check on its potential competitors and to stop their potential from getting materialized. That very issue drove the whole history …

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Liaquat-Nehru pact

Introduction Relations between India and Pakistan were extremely hostile during earlier phases of the birth of both nations and they were themselves the reasons of that state of unwanted circumstances. Both nations realized from the very first day that the salvation lied for them in accepting each other as they …

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Cricket Diplomacy

Definition: The use of cricket as a political tool to enhance or worsen the diplomatic relations between two cricket playing nations is called cricket diplomacy. Cricket is used as a political tool to bridge the gap in the diplomatic vacuum between two cricket playing nations. Cricket is a popular game …

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Bhutto and the UN

Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s stance in United Nation changed Pakistan’s relations with other countries. Kashmir, India, pan-Islamic approach and leader of the third world country were the focal point of his foreign policy. In the realistic approach that he followed the socialist philosophy was the main ingredient of his stance in …

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Raymond Davis case

Raymond Davis case is one of  crucial “diplomatic storms” that  put Pak US diplomatic relations in real test.It  was American National Raymond Davis who killed two Pakistanis in Lahore on busy Road and third Pakistani citizen got killed when a car trying to rescue Raymond. Raymond justified his act of …

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Indo-Pak War of 1965 and Superpowers

‘Force enters when diplomacy is exhausted’, says Z.A Bhutto in The Myth of Independence. The reality of this quotation is evident from the 1965 War between India and Pakistan when the issues and apprehensions got out of diplomatic premise. The event had far-reaching impacts on South Asia and one can …

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Custody of Gwadar 1958

Gwadar is a port city on the Arabian sea in costal Baluchistan .Gwadar is situated on the southwestern Arabian sea  on a natural hammerhead shaped peninsula namely Gwadar West Bay and Gwadar East Bay.Gwadar is largely fiat baleen land with two hills Koh-e- Batil and Koh-e-mehdi.Koh-e-batil maximum height is 449ft …

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Lahore summit 1999

The Lahore declaration symbolized an India-Pakistan bilateral agreement which was signed on 21st February 1999 by the Prime Minster of India and Pakistan i.e. Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Nawaz Sharif respectively. This declaration was held to the smooth the strained relationship between India and Pakistan on the issue of nuclear …

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