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Foreign policy is the external aspect of national policy it is a country’s first line of defence and the principal promoter of its interests abroad it seeks to minimise risks and threats to the security and economic well-being of the country while maximising its policy options and opportunities. Pakistan under its military leadership has already pivoted toward china that has made the us, iran, afghanistan and india jittery about the current developments. For the first time in the entire pak-us relations history, pakistan and the us have little in common with respect to their national interests.
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