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PostSubject: REDESIGNING PAKISTAN'S FORIEGN POLICY   Wed Oct 03, 2007 10:09 am

NEXT TWO TO THREE MONTHS ARE VERY CRUCIAL FOR REDESIGNING PAKISTAN'S FOREIGN POLICY.PAKISTAN WILL HAVE TO TAKE A FIRM STAND REGARDING HER RELATIONS WITH USA.AFTER THE SO CALLED RESTORATION OF DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN, THINGS WOULD BE DIFFICULT.AS A CIVILIAN PRESIDENT MUSHARAF WILL BE EXERCISING MORE POWER IN CERTAIN AREAS BUT HE WOULD BE FACING SOME PRESSURES REGARDING THE FOREIGN POLICY.RELATIONS WITH USA, CHINA AND IRAN WOULD TAKE A POSITIVE TURN,US INTERFERENCE IN PAKISTAN'S INTERNAL AFFAIRS AND THE VIOLATION OF INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY LAWS WOULD BE STRICTLY DEALT WITH.
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