Pakistan-Iran Relations in a Regional Perspective

Authors

  • Dr. Muhammad Munir Ahmedani Associate Professor of Commerce, Government Boys Degree College, Kohsar, Latifabad, Hyderabad. Author
  • Dr. Ghulam Fatima Govt. Boys Degree College Bhitshah. Author
  • Hassan Bakhsh Noonari Lecturer in Political Science, Government S.S.Arts & Commerce College, Hyderabad. Author

Keywords:

Pakistan, Iran, Regional, Context

Abstract

From the source, Pakistan and Iran have been experiencing adequate relations on a large scale due to new priorities and changes in issues that authorize both neighbours to see a few challenges. This paper will explore whether Pakistan and Iran will really need to build a very close relationship in the near future. Regardless, Pakistan has successfully resolved its basic relations with Iran's common enemy Saudi Arabia. On the other hand after 9/11, Iran has been trying to build closer ties with Pakistan's permanent enemy in India. For how long, the article will affect Pakistan's relations with Iran. In addition the paper will include the necessary relations with Iran and Russia and China and it is common for that to continue that will prevent Iran from moving towards India.

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10316609

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Published

2021-12-31

How to Cite

Pakistan-Iran Relations in a Regional Perspective. (2021). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 2(3), 24-28. https://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/116

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