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This book provides a scholarly and lucid analysis of Pakistan's foreign policy, beginning with the crucial early years after Pakistan gained independence, and leading up to events preceding the Bhutto-Indira summit meeting in July, 1972. This updated edition brings the reader up to the summer of 1989, dealing with the Zulfiqar Bhutto and Zia-ul-Haq eras, and the elections that brought Benazir Bhutto to power. This study will prove extremely informative to the general reader and specialist alike.
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Lawrence Ziring, Director, Institute of Government and Politics, Western Michigan University.Review:
'the Oxford University Press deserves the thanks of discerning readers and students of international relations for bringing out an updated version of the most authoritative work on the foreign policy of Pakistan'
Dr. Magbool Ahmad Bhatty, Globe, February 1991
`a useful survey of the history of Pakistan's foreign policy'
'The second edition of Burke and Ziring's Pakistan's Foreign Policy will be much welcomed by students of international relations and by regional scholars in particular.'
Vernon Hewitt, University of Bristol, The Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 30, No. 3, Nov 1992
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0195774078