Why the U.S.-Pak Relation Lacked of Stability

Jiang LAN

Abstract


U.S.-Pak relation had fluctuated wildly. America had formed military ally with Pakistan in 1954. U.S.-Pak relation was extremely close in that period. However, U.S.-Pak relation was very tight in some eras. America had issued sanctions against Pakistan because of the nuclear problems. U.S.-Pak relation had severe concussions between intimacy and alienation, extremely unstable. What factors led U.S.-Pak relation to so unstable state. This article attempts to study some factors resulting in the U.S.-Pak relation lacked of stability. This is very helpful for us to understand the U.S.-Pak relation.


Keywords


America; Pakistan; Instability; Reason

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