US-Pakistan Relations since 2011: An Analysis of Challenges and Prospects

A day after Pakistan appeared on the map of the world as an independent state on August 14, 1947, the United States announced its formal recognition of the new state, and President Harry Truman sent a congratulatory message to M. A. Jinnah, the first Governor General of Pakistan, fondly referred to in Pakistan as the Quaid-e-Azam. Jinnah reciprocated the greetings with his own goodwill message. These messages were not just symbolic, but also reflected a desire on the part of Pakistani leadership to have strong relations with the US, mainly because of the circumstances in which Pakistan was born and the pre-eminence that the US had acquired after the Second World War.  Read More….

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