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    Title: Do Statist Ideology and State-Sponsored Nationalism Intervene in Pakistan’s China Policy? A Neoclassical Realist Perspective
    Authors: Larik, Abdul Razaque;Mangi, Shah Nawaz;Bukhari, Syed Gulzar Ali Shah
    Contributors: Issues & Studies
    Keywords: statist ideology;nationalism;neoclassical realism;Pak-China relations;Sino-Pakistan ties
    Date: 2023-09
    Issue Date: 2023-10-02 11:44:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In its relations with China from 1972 to 2018, Pakistan has endeavored to extract and mobilize its domestic resources while conducting a foreign policy of balancing under systemic pressures and power disparities. Statist ideology and state-sponsored nationalism have been both useful and influential in this process. While there is abundant literature on ideology, nationalism, and Pakistan’s foreign policy using theoretical foundations, a neoclassical realist approach has yet to be made. This paper seeks guidance from neoclassical realist theory as explored in the works of Taliaferro (2006) and Schweller (2004). We argue that Pakistan’s ties with China have been facilitated domestically by an Islamic statist ideology and anti-Indian state-sponsored nationalism. These both have facilitated internal balancing through the extraction and mobilization of natural resources and emulation while externally they justified Pakistan’s balancing efforts aimed at countering a perceived Indian threat. The nation’s military and civil elites therefore agree on the necessity of closer ties with China.
    Relation: Issues & Studies, Vol.59, No.3, 2350008
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1142/S101325112350008X
    DOI: 10.1142/S101325112350008X
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