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Timeline Of PAK-US    Relations
US-PAK Relations• United States of America remains one of the first  countries to have established diplomatic ties  with P...
US PAK Relations:1950-1953• Pakistan’s first prime minister, Liaquat Ali Khan  visited United States to meet president Har...
• In 1954, Pakistan signed Mutual Defense  Assistance Agreement with the United States in  May.• Establishment of a Milita...
1960s• During the decade, the pro-American sentiments in  Western side of Pakistan were at an all time high.• Ayub Khan al...
1971-1974• During 1971’s war, US is speculated to have provided  Pakistan with arms and military aid• Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto ...
1976-1979:• President Jimmy Carter announced to seek a  ban on nuclear weapons.• President Carter and his administration  ...
1979-1988:• During Zia ul Haq’s regime, Pakistan and United  States enjoyed a warm and congenial relationship,  United Sta...
1990s• In 1990, US under the Pressler amendment, imposed  sanctions on Pakistan, as the country by then had lost its  stra...
• In 1998, Prime minister Nawaz Sharif conducted nuclear  test in Balochistan, in retaliation to similar tests  conducted ...
Pak US Relations After 9/11• In 2001, after the 9/11 attacks and US’s invasion in  various countries to eradicate militanc...
• 2003, United States officially forgave $1 billion  loan it had granted to Pakistan in a goodwill  gesture and appreciati...
• 2007, A report was issued in which Pakistan was  accused of using aid money provided by US to  Pakistan for its cooperat...
• In the beginning of 2011, Raymond Davis, a CIA  agent in Pakistan killed two Pakistani men in  Lahore, claiming that the...
• On May 18, US lawmakers block up to $650 million  in proposed payments to Pakistan unless Islamabad  lets coalition forc...
Highlights Of The US Aid To PAK• US economic assistance to Pakistan peaked in 1962, at over  $2.3bn• In 2010, military ass...
Comments on Pakistan by U.S.• “Pakistan is like a black hole for American aid,”• “We should cut Pakistan off of every cent...
• “The United States has been incredibly patient  with Pakistan. And we have been so despite  certain undeniable and deepl...
Public Reaction
Public Reaction
• The US-AID has increased the inflation rates in  the country.• Main inflation drivers include food and utility  prices, ...
Conclusion• Relationship depends on the convergence  of the national interest of both countries.• The greater the converge...
• The aid relationship between the united states  and Pakistan has been complicated, and even  dangerous, especially since...
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Pak - US relations

  1. 1. Timeline Of PAK-US Relations
  2. 2. US-PAK Relations• United States of America remains one of the first countries to have established diplomatic ties with Pakistan. Although the relationship dates back to October 20, 1947, it can be extrapolated that the relations have been based strictly on military and economic support.
  3. 3. US PAK Relations:1950-1953• Pakistan’s first prime minister, Liaquat Ali Khan visited United States to meet president Harry S Truman.• It is alleged that during PM Khan’s first visit to US, president Truman requested Pakistan’s premier to let the CIA formulate a base in Pakistan, strictly to keep an eye on the activities of Soviet Union
  4. 4. • In 1954, Pakistan signed Mutual Defense Assistance Agreement with the United States in May.• Establishment of a Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) in Rawalpindi.• In 1956, President Dwight Eisenhower requested prime minister Suhrawardy to lease Peshawar Air Station to the American Army for keeping an eye on soviet Union and its ballistic missile program.
  5. 5. 1960s• During the decade, the pro-American sentiments in Western side of Pakistan were at an all time high.• Ayub Khan allowed United States to fly spy mission to Soviet Union from Pakistan’s territory.• United States increased the amount of aid to Pakistan half a billion dollars of which were lost in 1965’s Indo-Pakistan war.
  6. 6. 1971-1974• During 1971’s war, US is speculated to have provided Pakistan with arms and military aid• Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto became president of Pakistan in 1974. Although Bhutto was considered a socialist, he was a close and respected friend of president Nixon, which went in Pakistan’s favour.
  7. 7. 1976-1979:• President Jimmy Carter announced to seek a ban on nuclear weapons.• President Carter and his administration allegedly threatened Bhutto to disrupt the process of atomic proliferation and research
  8. 8. 1979-1988:• During Zia ul Haq’s regime, Pakistan and United States enjoyed a warm and congenial relationship, United States granted billions of dollars to Pakistan in the name of military and economical aid.• In 1987 Pakistan became the second largest recipient of aid after Israel.
  9. 9. 1990s• In 1990, US under the Pressler amendment, imposed sanctions on Pakistan, as the country by then had lost its strategic importance in soviet war• 1995, Benazir Bhutto visited United States and requested president Bill Clinton to lift the embargoes on Pakistan and launch a joint operation to eradicate militancy from the region.
  10. 10. • In 1998, Prime minister Nawaz Sharif conducted nuclear test in Balochistan, in retaliation to similar tests conducted by India. President Clinton imposed sanctions under Glenn amendment on India as well as Pakistan.• Glenn amendment included suspension of aid, US bank loans to the governments of India and Pakistan, loans from international financial institutions, such as the IMF and World bank.• In July of 1998, US lifted the sanctions on both the countries for purchasing agricultural products from US farmers.
  11. 11. Pak US Relations After 9/11• In 2001, after the 9/11 attacks and US’s invasion in various countries to eradicate militancy, Pakistan became one of the most important strategic allies for United States.• President Pervez Musharraf confessed that the country had no option but to support United States as it had threatened Pakistan of “bombing it into stone age” if it did not join the fight against al Qaeda.
  12. 12. • 2003, United States officially forgave $1 billion loan it had granted to Pakistan in a goodwill gesture and appreciation for Pakistan’s cooperation.• 2004, President George Bush officially declared Pakistan as a non-Nato ally granting it the authority to purchase strategic and advanced military equipments.• US army launched drone strikes on the north- western side of the country. Large civilian deaths and caused much opposition from Pakistanis.
  13. 13. • 2007, A report was issued in which Pakistan was accused of using aid money provided by US to Pakistan for its cooperation on war on terror, for strengthening its defense against India.• In the June of 2008, an air strike by the US Army killed 11 paramilitary soldiers of Pakistan Army Frontier Corps, along with eight Taliban. The strike and deaths instigated a fierce reaction from Pakistani command calling the act to have shaken the foundations of mutual trust and cooperation.
  14. 14. • In the beginning of 2011, Raymond Davis, a CIA agent in Pakistan killed two Pakistani men in Lahore, claiming that they came to rob him.• In the May of 2011, Osama bin Laden was killed in an operation conducted by US Navy Seals in Abbottabad• Pakistani government ordered US army to evacuate Salala air base which was being used to launch offensive on Taliban and militants and also halted NATO supplies for United Sates.
  15. 15. • On May 18, US lawmakers block up to $650 million in proposed payments to Pakistan unless Islamabad lets coalition forces resume shipment of war supplies across its territory.• President Zardari arrived in Washington on May 19 to attend the NATO summit in Chicago. However, both the countries were unable to strike a conclusive deal on the restoration of NATO supplies as the summit ended.
  16. 16. Highlights Of The US Aid To PAK• US economic assistance to Pakistan peaked in 1962, at over $2.3bn• In 2010, military assistance to Pakistan totaled $2.5bn - including $1.2bn in coalition support funds• US assistance to Pakistan reached its lowest level in the 1990s, after President George H.W. Bush suspended aid flows over Pakistans emerging nuclear program.• US military assistance dropped dramatically during and immediately after the Indo-Pakistani wars of 1965 and 1971• Since 1948, the US has sent more than £30bn in direct aid to the country.
  17. 17. Comments on Pakistan by U.S.• “Pakistan is like a black hole for American aid,”• “We should cut Pakistan off of every cent because it has been used for evil purposes, including killing American troops”Gary Ackerman.
  18. 18. • “The United States has been incredibly patient with Pakistan. And we have been so despite certain undeniable and deeply disturbing facts,”• “The time has come for the United States to fully review its relations with Pakistan. We must assess the nature and levels of our support.”
  19. 19. Public Reaction
  20. 20. Public Reaction
  21. 21. • The US-AID has increased the inflation rates in the country.• Main inflation drivers include food and utility prices, the Pakistani rupee’s depreciation versus the U.S. dollar, and higher international commodity prices.• Low levels of spending in the social services and high population growth have contributed to persistent poverty and unequal income distribution
  22. 22. Conclusion• Relationship depends on the convergence of the national interest of both countries.• The greater the convergence, the stronger with this relationship be.• US has been using Pakistan as an exit and an entry to Afghanistan.• US has always looked for its national interest and its about time that Pakistan does the same.
  23. 23. • The aid relationship between the united states and Pakistan has been complicated, and even dangerous, especially since September 11, 2001

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