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the December issue of Jahangir world times contains a comprehensive and invaluable commentary on pak us ralations.
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In what manner one study pak relations with other countries?history of relations or just read the events of last 5-6 years anyone like to tell me
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In what manner one study pak relations with other countries?history of relations or just read the events of last 5-6 years anyone like to tell me
Relations between two countries build up over decades and not in a matter of few years.

One should study relations with other countries right from the birth of Pakistan. Because only in this way one will hold a grip and then you will understand why certain countries are friends and others are foes. Particularly, the ups and downs of our relations with US in the course of history and the total hostile attitude of India since the inception of Pakistan.

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