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Foreign Policy. Definition by different scholars . Prof. Tailor - “Foreign policy of a sort which will go on so long as are sovereign states”

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definition by different scholars
Definition by different scholars
  • Prof. Tailor - “Foreign policy of a sort which will go on so long as are sovereign states”
  • George Madlikosi - “Foreign policy is the systematic activities evolved by communities for changing the behavior of other states for adjusting their own activities in an international environment”
  • Prof. Joseph Framkel – “Foreign policy consists of decisions and actions which involves to some appreciable extent relations between state and others”
Rodee – “Foreign policy involves the implementation of a group principles which shape the behavior pattern of a state which negotiating with other states to protect or further its interest”
foreign policy an overview
Foreign Policy – An Overview
  • Is the combination of rules, regulations and principles through which an independent state establish relationship with other states.
  • The principles of foreign policy aren't perpetual, but some of them holds prime importance
  • In international relations there is no enduring animosity or friendship, but the national interest
  • Foreign policy not only affects neighboring country’s but also neighboring countries accept its affect.
In today's world where distance has shrink and world now has become global village. What's the impact of globalization on countries ?
  • An impact of any incident happening in one country will left it effect on another country.
  • However, its another side of the story that this particular change may leave little or major change affect on another country.
  • For instance: Khalistan movement
different faces of foreign policy
Different Faces of Foreign Policy
  • Foreign policy is the name of running country’s affairs. Including,
  • Maintain the relationship between one country to another.
  • Safe-guarding the interest of country
  • Keeping the state safe and secure
  • Its an attitude of the country through which one country holds safeguarding the interest of its own interest from other countries.
The policy which one country adopts for seeking its own benefit from other country, in this regard country maintains rules and regulations and these particular rules and regulations are called its foreign policy.
  • Its how one country interacts with another country
  • Its not only the name of few official documents but it’s the result of those actions and strategies a country undertakes in order to meet its own interest, benefits and sovereignty
4. Foreign policy is dependent on such actions and decisions which one country take to establish good relationships with other country.
importance of foreign policy
Importance of Foreign Policy
  • Its not possible to safeguard the country’s interest unless necessary policies and strategies are to be formed, which is the result of adopting firm and practical foreign policy.
  • To attain honor and security of one state and its political stability from other state’s
  • Through which a country can become friends from one country and the vise versa, by dealing with diplomatically to attain state’s protection
Political methods
  • Psychological Methods
  • Economical Methods
  • Military Methods
political methods
Political methods
  • States adopts effective political methods to justify their own foreign policy
  • In this way, the government and its representatives such as Ambassadors of sovereign states understands the point of view of another country’s representatives people and try to make them convince.
  • They also try to develop political and military interest, trade relations, the agreements on regional and internal affairs etc. Such policy represents good foreign policy.
psychological methods
Psychological Methods
  • Are those part of foreign policy in which states fulfills their own interest through propaganda
  • Through this way local, international media and mass communication held responsible for molding the opinion of peoples in the favor of state.
  • News channels play vital role in this regard.
  • To promote the positive propaganda in the eyes of other country, such as Wall-street journal, voice of America, and Incredible India etc
economical methods
Economical Methods.
  • Through promoting international trade relations
  • By this way states can find out favorable markets for the products through Ambassadors
  • Through this way they establish economical relations
  • The point is to showcase country's products in international market to aware people so that they take interest in their products and boost sales.
  • This will lead to growth in agriculture industrial establishment and advancement, which will have trickle down effect on the economy of state.
This further leads to international friendship
  • Developing countries through this way sell off their weapons to under-developing countries
military methods
Military Methods
  • This is more of cruel and power imposition technique on other country. (Gun-boat-diplomacy)
  • Country’s strong military power and self-defense mechanism further strengthen its foreign policy
  • But this particular technique is only use when interests aren't fulfilled by peaceful methods.
foreign policy of pakistan reasons
Foreign Policy of Pakistan - Reasons
  • Integrity of state
  • Security of borders
  • Development of state
  • Protecting the honor of state
  • Safeguarding the national interest
  • Independent Kashmir
  • To acquire peaceful methods while dealing with international conflicts
  • Balance relationship with powerful states
  • To promote relationship with Muslim countries
  • To promote international peace
principles of fp of pakistan
Principles of FP of Pakistan
  • Independent
  • Protection of borders, in this regard the states which are good relationship can be ask to help us for defense
  • Cooperation with UN in order to promote peace
  • To support the right of self-determination
  • To maintain relationship with neighboring and Muslim countries.
  • Struggle for independent Kashmir
  • To promote friendly relations with Muslim countries.
foreign policy by gen musharraf
Foreign policy by Gen. Musharraf
  • Took over Nawaz Sharif on 12 Oct. 1999
  • To ease ways for U.S to intervene
  • The operation against Kashmiri mujaheedin was the result of U.S and Indian commandments
  • Provided ways for US military to ease ways for the intervention of Afghanistan
  • Wiped off Taliban govt. in Afghanistan and U.S took control over there completely
  • The Musharraf foreign policy revolves and walks around U.S