Transnational Challenges and Indo-Pakistan Region

Prof. Dr. Razia Musarrat, Samina Noor

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This research paper explains globalization has transformed cross-border relations between states in the economies, technologies, communication, and state sovereignty. This research provides opportunities to re-evaluate the international relations between states, transnational organizations, networks, and individuals. The current globalization also needs to rethink about certain relating to cross borders.  In this paper, we linked transnational approach to globalization as a tool for the analysis of cross border issues of the India and Pakistan. However, the analysis consistent with the domination of post 9/11 new phase of international system. Traditional security issues in India and Pakistan have created barriers against cooperative solution to various transnational threats to the India and Pakistan.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v4i1.4150

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