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Afghanistan after U.S withdrawal and Role of Pakistan: An Analysis


  1. Dr. Uzma Naz
    Assistant Professor, School of International Relations, Minhaj University Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  2. Dr. Sajid Mehmood Shahzad
    Vice Chancellor, Minhaj University Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan


The military annihilation of the Taliban on account of the US-drove alliance in the consequence of the 11 September assaults adjusted the political conditions in Afghanistan. This study has been planned to overcome the research gap about the situation created after withdrawal of USA from Afghanistan. Aside from the chronicled question concerning the division of fringes, new issues have developed after the US military activities in Afghanistan. Afghanistan historically remained crucial, particularly in Asia with its ever-evolving nature of foreign relations. Relations with Pakistan, the Afghan government always had bitter realities but the population of the country had strong sentiments and bonds with Pakistan, particularly after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Pakistan supported unconditionally Even after the Soviet defeat, Pakistan supported Afghanistan in multiple ways but after 9/11 with the change of world order. This study is qualitative in nature and historical descriptive approach have been adopted to meet the objectives Pakistan's position became controversial in the eyes of Afghanistan and USA as well.

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Afghanistan, Bilateral Relations, Military Alliance


Article # 82
Volume # 2
Issue # 4

DOI info

DOI Number: 10.47205/jdss.2021(2-IV)82
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