Juridical Metamorphosis: Deciphering the Dynamic Nexus of Politics and Legal Reforms in Pakistan


  • Muhammad Usman Arshad Scholar, Masters in Political Science, Department of Political Science, Punjab University Author
  • Muhammad Asif Malik Ph.D. Scholar Sociology, Department of Sociology & Criminology, University of Sargodha Author
  • Abdul Sattar Lecturer, Department of Science & Humanities, FAST University, Lahore Campus Author


Pakistan judicial system, judiciary, political, criminal, justice and law, Pakistan


The landscape of contemporary international relations is marked by the advent of coercive diplomacy, a strategic maneuver employing threats or pressure to influence a state's behavior. This research delves into the intricate dynamics of strategic coercion that have profoundly shaped Pakistan's diplomatic trajectory. Notably, the United States and India have leveraged coercive doctrines against Pakistan, prompting an analysis of diverse methodologies within these frameworks. Examining Pakistan's responsive strategies across diplomatic, political, and strategic realms, this study unveils the multifaceted nature of counterstrategies. Moreover, it illuminates the intricate web of factors impacting global relations, providing nuanced insights into the diplomatic intricacies of South Asia. This article is pivotal in unraveling Pakistan's strategic stance and its nuanced responses to coercive pressures exerted by significant geopolitical forces. By offering critical insights into the diplomatic milieu of South Asia, it serves as a valuable resource in understanding how nations navigate and react to coercive demands in contemporary geopolitics.







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Juridical Metamorphosis: Deciphering the Dynamic Nexus of Politics and Legal Reforms in Pakistan. (2023). Journal of Humanities, Health and Social Sciences , 1(2), 1-16. https://www.jhhss.com/index.php/jhhss/article/view/6

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