The Development of American Defense Policy Toward Pakistan 1947-1954

Hagerty, Devin T.
1986

Volume 10, Issue 2. Summer The Iranian Revolution and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan have increased the significance of Pakistan as a "frontline" state, vital to Washington's plan to protect the Middle East from further Soviet encroachment. In recognition of Pakistan's important geostrategic position, the United States concluded a $3.2 billion economic and security agre... read more

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