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(GS2) Gulf as a Channel of Peace
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In this course, we will discuss daily editorials for a structured preparation for Mains 2019.

Yasmin Gill
Discount Code-"yashi.gill01"/Qualified for UPSC mains/Rank 24th in Punjab PCS

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  1. .Gulf as a channel of peace By Yasmin Gill


  2. Profile Know your educator Yasmin Gill L9M 4-9 Yasmin Gill Educator ine October 2016 Referral Code yashi g0/Qualfied for UPSC mains/Rank 24th in Punjab PCS 160k 3 Edit Profile BE (EEE) from UIET, PU in 2014 Need help? Chat with us Educatot Status Active Qualified for UPSC Mains State Rank 24 in Punjab Civil Services 2015 Biling Information Feed Prae Follow me on Unacademy unacademy.com/user yashi.gill01


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  4. GULF AS A CHANNEL OF PEACE- IE The idea that the Gulf countries might have some interest, let alone a role, in South Asian security would sound quite improbable But there is no mistaking the significant activism of the Gulf countries to help defuse the current tensions between India and Pakistan. In the past, many parts of the Gulf and Middle East tended to act as Pakistan's strategic depth Shared religious identity and common approach to regional affairs gave Pakistan a political edge in the region


  5. In recent years, Delhi has begun to correct that imbalance Saudi Arabia and the UAE- Stronger economic and security bonds with India They could become potential allies in nudging Pakistan towards political moderation and regional accommodation The state of its economy and dependence on financial bailouts from UAE and Saudi -Pakistan more amenable This is not some thing new The security of Indian Subcontinent and Gulf region have always been inter-linked The nature of interdependence varied over time and space


  6. While CENTO did not survive, it provided basis for Pakistan's external and internal security cooperation with a number of countries in the Gulf region Some like Jordan, Iran and Turkey backed Pakistan during its wars with India in 1965 and 1971 As Arab nationalist regimes steadily weakened in relation to the regional conservatives, India steadily lost political ground 1980s India remained silent on Soviet occupation of Afghan istan and the Gulf regimes joined Pakistan in promoting jihad against the Soviet Union India's energy and economic dependence on the Gulf grew


  7. More significantly, India seemed unable to navigate the rapidly changing Middle East with its old slogans 1990s also saw Pakistan mobilise significant support within the Middle East, including at the OIC and other international forums Paradoxically, nuclear tests by India and Pakistan in 1998 and the Kargil crisis in 1999, opened the possibilities for restructuring South Asia's relations with the Gulf More important, the US mobilised Saudi Arabia during Kargil War to encourage Pak PM to accept the Indian demand to pull Pakistan's army back to the Line of Control


  8. After Kargil, govt brought new self-confidence and intensity Today the House of Saud is becoming a valuable partner for Delhi in promoting regional security in the Subcontinent and beyond


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