An overview of the significant events in 2011 and their impact on the U.S-Pakistan relations during the Global War on Terror (GWoT)
Keywords:Pakistan, U.S, Global War on Terror, Significant events, 2011.
The United States’ Global War on Terror had brought the highest peak in the U.S-Pakistan relations which were once frozen in the 90s. For the next ten years, both countries enjoyed cordial relationships, however, the year of 2011 had brought a new low in their relations. Therefore, this study aims at overviewing the significant events in 2011 and its impact on the U.S-Pakistan relations. Based on the events between these two nations during the year of 2011, this study concludes that the U.S-Pakistan-relations suffered of huge setbacks due to various events which left a serious deterioration for many years and created a huge trust deficit.
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