Foreign Policy of Pakistan by Muhammad Asif Malik

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    • Author: Muhammad Asif Malik.
    • Publisher: AH Publishers.
    • Pages: 373.
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    • Foreign Policy of Pakistan AH Publishers. As a rule, foreign policy of a state, is an extension or a reflection of its internal policy. Since Pakistan emerged as an Islamic State, its internal policy was deemed to be committed to the establishment of a just socio-moral order in this country (in consonance with the socio teachings of Islam). By implication, its foreign policy should likewise have been reflective of the same ideological commitment. It means that Pakistan should have only one overriding objective: Establishment of a just socio-moral order in Pakistan, and a just socio-moral order around the globe. It means that Pakistan should have been a party to those who are striving for justice and be opposed to those who are spreading corruption and exploitation at the international level. In this brief article, we will try to analyse as to how far we have been faithful to our ideological moorings. And if we have deviated, which indeed we did, then what steps should be taken to rectify this departure. As a rule, foreign policy of a state, is an extension or a reflection of its internal policy. Since Pakistan emerged as an Islamic State, Foreign Policy of Pakistan AH Publishers. Its internal policy was deemed to be committed to the establishment of a just socio-moral order in this country (in consonance with the socio teachings of Islam). By implication, its foreign policy should likewise have been reflective of the same ideological commitment. It means that Pakistan should have only one overriding objective: Establishment of a just socio-moral order in Pakistan, and a just socio-moral order around the globe. It means that Pakistan should have been a party to those who are striving for justice and be opposed to those who are spreading corruption and exploitation at the international level. In this brief article, we will try to analyse as to how far we have been faithful to our ideological moorings. And if we have deviated, which indeed we did, then what steps should be taken to rectify this departure.
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