Determinants Of Pakistan’s Policy towards Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan

Manzoor Ahmad Naazer


Pakistan’s Afghan policy after Soviet intervention in Afghanistan in December 1979 was not a simple reaction to that event. Soviet action had far reaching repercussions for Pakistan as well as for the region as a whole. Nor Pakistan’s reply to Soviet occupation of Afghanistan neither Soviet decision to send its troops in small neighborly country could be seen while separating it from changing regional as well as international scenario. It also could not be seen without taking into consideration the historical background of the events that had led to the destabilization of Southwest Asia.


Ethical Leadership; Organizational trust; Social learning theory; Nursing staff; Pakistani health sector

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Journal of South Asian Studies
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