Regionalism and Pakistan

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 09: Turkish Foreign Affairs Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu (2nd R), Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Memmedyarov (2nd L), ECO Secretary General Hadi Soleimanpour (L) and Deputy Foreign Minister of Tajikistan Khusrev Noziri (R) attend the meeting of Economic Cooperation Organization in Antalya, Turkey on November 09, 2019. ( Cem Özdel - Anadolu Agency )

Regionalism and Pakistan

Tariq Mahmood Khan

Globalization is the product of this century and it has deep impact on all parts and all nations of the world. Many new phenomena have emerged as a result of exclusive globalization. Although regionalism is not a new phenomenon, it has got an immense importance as a by-product of globalization. New regional groups, unions and organizations like the European Union and SAARC have emerged.  China’s “One Belt, One Road Initiative” is also a form of regionalism. These organizations as well as the project have same objective: economic cooperation at the regional level, and they are considerably successful in achieving that.

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