FOREIGN POLICY OF PAKISTAN UNDER MUSHARRAF REGIME Presented By: Presented To: Muhammad Shehryar Miss Anila Gill Naji Ullah
Introduction A Glimpse of Musharraf’s life Foreign Policy Objectives of Foreign Policy Pak-US Relation Pak-China Relation Pak-Iran Relation Pak-Saudi Relation
A Glimpse of Musharraf’s life Pervez Musharraf has been the President of Pakistan since 1999. As a four year old, he moved to karachi upon the partition of India and creation of Pakistan, and his lifespan and career has been tied to the life of his country ever since. After attending Pakistan’s military academy, he became a commando in the elite Special Services Brigade, fighting in the wars with India in 1965 and 1971. He rose through the ranks to become General and Chief of Army Staff in 1998. He became President in a dramatic confrontation with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, and has remained in office despite two assassination attempts
FOREIGN POLICY The state foreign policy includes defining the national interest, as well as the economic interest and strategies chosen both to safeguard that and to achieve its policy goals
OBJECTIVES OF FOREIGN POLICY To safeguard the national security, territorial integrity and political sovereignty of the country. To protect Pakistan’s economic interests abroad. To project the image of Pakistan as a progressive, modern and democratic Islamic country. To promote peace, stability and friendly relations with Afghanistan. To find the resolution of all disputes with India including the issue of Kashmir. Raise the Kashmir issue on international forums.
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