CONFLICT AND COOPERATION IN PAK-AFGHAN RELATIONS TO RECONCILE THE MISTRUST IN BILATERAL RELATIONS
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Keywords

Domestic political issues
Mistrust
Pak-Afghan relations
Cross Border Militants infiltration
CBMs

How to Cite

Qayum, H., Ahmed Naazer, M. ., & Farooque, S. (2018). CONFLICT AND COOPERATION IN PAK-AFGHAN RELATIONS TO RECONCILE THE MISTRUST IN BILATERAL RELATIONS. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 57(2), 143–153. https://doi.org/10.46568/jssh.v57i2.41

Abstract

Since the emergence of Pakistan the history of Pak-Afghan relations can best be analyzed from conflict to cooperation. Some of the early problems are mainly responsible for conflict and cooperation in both countries relations. After the establishment of democratic setup in both states, different CBMs indicate positive sign in Pak-Afghan diplomatic relationship. The drawdown of US forces has created security concern for Pakistan and Afghanistan that the creation of power vacuum can push the country again into civil war like situation. In such state of security Pakistan’s engagement to bring the Taliban to the negotiation table will smooth the way for a broad-based government in Afghanistan. Some of the Afghan domestic political issues also created mistrust i.e., the refugee’s problem, cross border militant’s infiltrations, drug problem and issue of the Taliban. However, the paper will highlight the measures to keep intact the reconciliation more effective and replace the mistrust by trust. How domestic political issues effect their bilateral relations and why various methods taken in the prescribe time not effective in bilateral relations of the two states.

https://doi.org/10.46568/jssh.v57i2.41
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Copyright (c) 2018 Dr.Huma Qayum, Dr.Manzoor Ahmed Naazer, Dr.Sadaf Farooque

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