Pakistan’s International Relations and Its Foreign Policy

Qurra-tul-ain ., Mohammad Ali Awan


The objective of a foreign policy is to achieve bilateralism with countries with somewhat same ideology, also to make a trade policy which is beneficial for economic development of the country, thirdly the most important concern of the state is national security of its citizens and its borders from external and internal threat. The countries like Turkey and South Korea had been success full cases of foreign policy but it’s not possible in real world to replicate the policy of other countries in one respective countries because the situation of each country is different from the others, and Pakistan is experiencing some extraordinary international problems and pressure that not one policy is enough and hence a policy mix consisting on Monroe Doctrine, Mercantilist view and some other are suggested.

Keywords: Monroe Doctrine, national security, Mercantilist view Foreign policy, trade

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