by National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Pakistan .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 489-495)
|Statement||editor, Saeeduddin Ahmad Dar, assistant editors, Bashir Ahmed Tahir, Shabbir Ahmed Khalid.|
|Contributions||Dar, Saeeduddin Ahmad.|
|LC Classifications||DS383.5.A3 S45 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 496 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||496|
|LC Control Number||87931425|
Selected documents on Pakistan's relations with Afghanistan, / Saeeduddin Ahmad Dar, ed. Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Van Pelt Library: DSA2 S Afghanistan–Pakistan relations involve bilateral relations between Afghanistan and two neighbouring countries share deep historical and cultural links, each has declared itself an Islamic republic and both have become members of the South Asian Association for Regional ons between the two countries have been strained since , when Pakistan Embassy of Pakistan, Kabul: Embassy of Afghanistan, . Dar, Saeeduddin Ahmad, Selected Documents on Pakistan's Relations with Afghanistan: (Islamabad: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i Azam University, ). El-Sadat, Anwar, In Search of Identity: An Autobiography (New York: Harper and Row, ). Tara Vassefi, “The forgotten history of Afghanistan-Pakistan relations”, Yale Journal of Interna-tional Affairs (March ), p. 6 Afghan Islamists were supported because, in the military’s perceptions, they believed in the um-ma, the collective Islamic community, and not the nation state. Crisis Group Reports, Appeasing.
The fifth period in Pakistani-Afghan relations takes a decade from the early s to the early s. Pakistan during this period largely played the role of the main arbiter in Afghan affairs. Foreign relations of Afghanistan are handled by the nation's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which is headed by Salahuddin answers to, and receives guidance from, the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani.. The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has close and friendly relations with a number of countries around the world, including: Turkey, United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany. This paper encompasses a historical review of AfPak relations over the last odd years; taking into account the Afghan disdain for the Durand Line- viewed as a colonial legacy bequeathed unjustly upon Pakistan- and subsequent developments which have further problematised the border issue, foreign power play in the regional context, the wide. Opposition in UNO: In initial era Pak-Afghan relations were in critical phase, Afghanistan was first Muslim State in the World whose against the membership of Pakistan in UNO. Afghanistan put forwarded the anti Pakistan resolution in UNO. Pakistan joined the United Nations on September 30 , Afghanistan didn’t consider Pakistan an.
Selected Documents on Pakistan’s. Relations with Afghanistan, Pakistan, Islamabad: National Institute Reconstruction, Lahore Pakistan Book Corporation. Selected Documents on Pakistan's Relations with Afghanistan Dar, Saeeduddin Ahmad ; Tahir, Bashir Ahmed ; Khalid, Shabbir Ahmed [Eds.] Published by National Institute of Pakistan Studies / Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad (). Selected documents on Pakistan's relations with Afghanistan, Dar, Saeeduddin Ahmad. Islamabad, Pakistan: National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-i . A religious extremist group known as the Taliban took control of Afghanistan’s government after the soviet withdrawal and established friendly relations with neighboring Pakistan. Pakistan used the Taliban to attack Indian interests in Afghanistan, however after the overthrow of the Taliban in late by the United States and allies, Afghan.