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Shortly after the Indo-Pakistani war of 1965, former foreign minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto wrote a sweeping treatise on Pakistani foreign policy and the country's precarious position in the region. Advocating a tougher stance against India, stronger relations with the People's Republic of China, and a reassessment of Pakistan's interests aligning themselves with the United States' during the Cold War, Bhutto writes with a coherent grasp of both world affairs and regional power plays. Written before assuming the office of premier himself, it is a primer on Pakistan's place in the world by one of its most controversial statesmen.
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