Pakistan has made continuous serious efforts to warn international community of the humanitarian crisis and security concerns in Afghanistan. Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and National Security Advisor have raised this issue in the
Pakistan is promoting religious vibes in the region by facilitating various ethnic communities. It is only country in South Asia where minorities are living in a peaceful way.
Pakistan was first placed on the grey list by the FATF in June, 2018 and was given a plan of action to complete it by October, 2019. Since then, Pakistan continues to be in that list despite complying with the FATF mandates.
Rapidly changing geopolitics have witnessed many new developments. Like, Turkey is getting close relations with UAU. Saudi Arabia, and Egpyt. Turkey used to be a close ally with the US and a NATO member is getting closer to Russia.
Since the foreign troops withdrawal from Afghanistan, a great power vacuum was created in the country which resulted in the Afghan Taliban taking control of Kabul on August 15, leaving multiple regional and extra-regional stakeholders fighting for
With the nation currently embroiled in the Afghan-USA imbroglio, domestic issues in Pakistan have been on a backburner.
Pakistan has varied history of relationship and cooperation with other countries in international arena. Despite of proactive foreign policy Pakistan has been struggling to acquire global or regional status as a major power.
Geo-economics defines itself in two ways: One is the use of the economy to gain geographical or territorial advantages. Second is the use of geographical location to achieve your economic objectives.
Rapidly changing geopolitics are having a deep impact on this Region. Nations are aligning their interests, partners, foes, and friends.
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