Foreign Policy Sonata: Analyzing Pakistan's Diplomatic Maneuvers in the Strategic Coercion Pas de Deux


  • Muhammad Tahir M. Phil History/Assistant Director District Education Authority Sargodha Author
  • Farhan Mujtaba M.Phil. International Relation/Deputy Secretary Food Department, Govt of the Punjab Author
  • Arslan Asghar PhD Student, Sociology and Social researcher, Department of Political and Social studies university of Salerno Italy Author


Coercive Diplomacy, Strategic Dimensions, International Relations, Diplomatic Discourses


This research underscores the evolving nature of global interactions, highlighting how coercive diplomacy shapes the diplomatic landscape. The distinctive features of contemporary international relations is the emergence of coercive diplomacy, which is a strategic approach that involves the use of threats or pressure in order to exert influence on the behavior of a target state. This research demonstrates the perplexed interplay of strategic coercion that has impacted the diplomatic course of the Pakistan. The United States and India have been using coercive doctrines against Pakistan, and this study analyzes the various methods that are engaged in the framework of those doctrines. In addition to shedding light on Pakistan's counterstrategies, which include diplomatic, political, and strategic dimensions, this article also sheds light on the complex factors that affect international relations. This article offers crucial insights on the diplomatic scene in South Asia, which provides vital insights into Pakistan's strategic approach and reaction to coercive demands from key geopolitical powers.







How to Cite

Foreign Policy Sonata: Analyzing Pakistan’s Diplomatic Maneuvers in the Strategic Coercion Pas de Deux. (2023). Journal of Humanities, Health and Social Sciences , 1(2), 17-32.