• Thursday, July 16, 2020

Gen Bajwa’s proactive military diplomacy

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  1. xyx007

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    Gen Bajwa’s proactive military diplomacy has brought in opportunities and allies for Pakistan. He is successfully shaping the future direction of the country’s progress. Pakistan is at the crossroads of a world order which is not uni-polar anymore, the strategic shifts have taken place already.
    Gen Bajwa has been tactful in dealing with the US since Afghanistan is a matter of prestige for the US and a matter of strategic security for Pakistan. Pakistan and the Taliban once again stepped forward. Inshallah, the Taliban regains power after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan.

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    Indian has badly failed to create diplomatic space in Afghanistan. I remembered this Modi then visit in Dec 2015. Now our powerful Army General boots nihilate all Indian proxy wars from Afghanistan against us.


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    My only request to all my Pakistanis be supportive of our Pak Army and should aware of who is our real enemy. Pakistan Zindabad, Pak Army Zindabad

     
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    Checkmate.
     
  3. Alternatiiv

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    If Taliban alone reigns in, the United States will come back. Afghan solution is a joint political environment, otherwise it will go back into militancy with tribes fighting for power. Kabul regime is too greedy though to realize this.
     
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    The US once gone, is never coming back.
    They made the same promises to the South Vietnamese when they evacuated Saigon.
    When the North Vietnamese invaded, the US were nowhere to be seen.
    The rest is history.
    De ja vu.
    The Americans are, and have always been a fickle untrustworthy ally.
     
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    the only way to save afghanistan is wider, Pakistan, china and Iran role. creation of infrastructure, developing rail road from peshawar to khost, kabul. mazar sharif to uzbekistan, tajikistan.. economic prosperity is the only way that region can be stable
     
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    Are you a comedian or living in fantasia?=" the United States will come back"
     
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    This is supposed to be the work for our Foreign ministry and Gen Bajwa understands what type of issue we are having in the foreign affairs office, which is why he is meeting with other countries himself as a form of military diplomacy. Our Foreign affairs office needs to have a full-scale overhauling; It seems like all they are doing is just issuing press releases on someone's visit, what stupidity. If you are passionate about working with a foreign office, you need to prove your qualities. Improve your relation with American/EU-Pakistani diaspora and create leverage to work for you.
     
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    We also need to think of a way to acquire the Wakhan corridor. It's a great strategic asset.

    Military action should not be the way, a barter with Afghanistan perhaps to use our ports tax free.
     
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    Don't think otherwise.
     
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    100% agree with this. We have deep ethnic ties across the border, we need to be at the forefront of facilitating this. There will be an Afghanistan after the Taliban, it has to be one that sees Pakistan as an ally, rather than a foe. We can shape that post conflict by facilitating opportunity.