Influence of the indo-us comprehensive agreement on global affairs


  • M. Qadeer, Dr. Salma Naz, Dr. Syedah Sadia Kazmi, Dr. Ruqia Kalsoom, Nabila Yasmin University of Management and Technology (UMT) LHR.


Analytical Eclecticism, Alliance of Strategy, Constructivism, International Politics.


: The study looked at the assumptions surrounding US-Indian ties in the context of the post 9/ 11 global instruction. The sorts of relationships that both nations have developed through time have been characterised as being "strategic" in nature. As a result, the investigation and exploration of the chances of a lasting Indo-U.S. strategic alliance since 9/11 and its potential repercussions for the region, notably on Pakistan and China, have been the study's main goals. The study has framed the nature of strategic ties between the two militarily and democratically strong nations as a growing geopolitical gaming nexus to advance mutual national goals. This has in some way led the two countries to group potential threats to their national security as a strategic opportunity to advance regional and global ties. To fight the expansion of China and Pakistan's rising economic vision in the area, this has somehow pulled the two together. The report concluded as a result that Pakistan and China have developed parallel strategies, not to sabotage but to prepare a retort for the so-called Indo-US geopolitical nexus. The study concludes with the claim that China and Pakistan would remain intact due to local geography, whereas both India and the United States would fail. It also views geography as the primary factor that will either advance or destabilise the so-called strategic relationships between India, the United States, and China and Pakistan. Various theories of international relations are relevant to describe the dynamics of the connection, but to fully comprehend the future possibilities a single hypothesis or perspective can fully explain the link. Thus, a notion known as "analytical eclecticism," which is common in social sciences, is utilised to account for the inadequacy and inherent limitations of any one theory to represent the complexity connected with international relations. Thus, a theoretical triangulation on three separate vectors, such as liberty, realism, and constructivism, is implemented with the aid of the analytical eclecticism concept. With the benefit of these three directions, the research aims to analyse the potential of an economic and strategic alliance between China, Pakistan, and the US in the near future. The study is qualitative and descriptive in character. Analysing is done using historically significant, analytical, and comparing methodologies. An information the focus is on secondary data, with the population frame for the main collection being made up of academics and professionals in the field who were chosen via a non-random "snow ball" methodology.

Author Biography

M. Qadeer, Dr. Salma Naz, Dr. Syedah Sadia Kazmi, Dr. Ruqia Kalsoom, Nabila Yasmin
Suan University of Management and Technology (UMT) LHR.




How to Cite

M. Qadeer, Dr. Salma Naz, Dr. Syedah Sadia Kazmi, Dr. Ruqia Kalsoom, Nabila Yasmin. University of Management and Technology (UMT) LHR. 25(1), 755-780.



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