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Vol. 9 No. 1 (2017): البرز

The Possible Role of USA in Balochitan Issue and its Social-cultural Implications(A Historical Perspective)

DOI
https://doi.org/10.54781/abz.v9i1.103
Submitted
January 12, 2021
Published
2017-12-20

Abstract

The concept of foreign policy is directly related to interactions one state with international community. Whereas the role of an individual (political leader) always remained controversial. In this regard statements have come from different people. Some analysts argue that the foreign policy framed on any personal capacity by an individual has minor importance in the determination process of foreign policy. Which others believe that is the major important thing. Moreover, the aim of researcher in this paper is to describe thePosition of United States of America in Pakistan in general and Balochistan specifically to analyze the hurdles in ways of cultural and political development of the focused area. Furthermore, the researcher used systematic methodology of comparative and qualitative analysis, while approaching both primary and secondary data. The findings in this research work directly approach the foreign policy of Pakistan with special reference to Pakistan’s relations with United state of America and its socio-cultural impicsations on Balochistan.

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