Pakistan's efforts to reset what is often dubbed as "transactional relationship" with the United States have been met with a lukewarm response
That's true and the dynamics were better with Trump.It's not like bilateral relationships are ever static in international geopolitics. What is here today may not be there tomorrow. Both nations will continue to reevaluate the situation, I am sure.
Of course. Both nations will serve their own national interests, as they should. Let me just mention that USA remains the largest buyer of Pakistani textiles. As long as that remains true, there is good hope.That's true and the dynamics were better with Trump.
Anyway, every nation has their interests, so it's time for Pakistan to stay the course.
Waste of time..Pakistan's efforts to reset what is often dubbed as "transactional relationship" with the United States have been met with a lukewarm responsetribune.com.pk
Issue is Afghanistan and another adventure against China belt and road initiative nothing more we paid heavy price since cold war era and last 20yrs keep trade and commercial ties along diplomatic but being another frontline state againt super power China is foolish thought let Americans remain angry will back to theior sencethe relations between Pakistan & u.s. should remain lukewarm...keep it limited to trade & diplomatic ties whileb keeping theb heat turned on in afghanistan & the middle east. make them keep coming back for more cooperation.
Yes the same way the US hand was playing an honest broker position between the Palestinians and Israelis. Pakistan needs to grow a pair and learn to stand on her own feet.Despite what many may say on here, the American hand in resolving Indo-Pak political and military crises is second to none globally. This alone is enough reason for Pakistan to keep trying to improve relations with the US, let alone other obvious ones such as trade, military supplies and access to the IMF and World Bank etc.