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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