Item description for Pakistan: In the Face of the Afghan Conflict 1979-1985 at the Turn of the Cold War by Frederic Grare...
Shedding light on the different elements of Pakistan's foreign policy, this book examines the motivations of Pakistan's Afghan policy in the structure of the South Asian security complex. Grare argues that the source of Pakistan's objectives and its management of the Afghan conflict is primarily this country's relationship with its neighbor, India.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.6" Height: 1.1" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Publisher India Research Press
ISBN 8188353043 ISBN13 9788188353040
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More About Frederic Grare
<div><b>Gilles Boquerat</b> is the author of <i>No Strings Attached?</i> He is the head of the department of international relations at the Centre de Sciences Humaines in New Delhi and a member of the Centre for Indian and South Asian Studies in Paris. <b>Frederic Grare</b> is the author of <i>Political Islam in the Indian Subcontinent</i> and the coeditor of <i>Beyond the Rhetoric: The Economics of India's Look East Policy</i> and <i>Essays on Sustainable Development</i>. He is a cultural counselor at the French Embassy in Pakistan and is a former director of the Centre de Sciences Humaines in New Delhi.<br></div>
Frederic Grare has an academic affiliation as follows - Centre de Sciences Humaines, New Delhi.