Problematics of Pak-Afghan relationships


  • Amjad Ata PSE Law College
  • Adeel Rao Government College University, Lahore
  • Saba Hadayyat Ali University of the Punjab


Pakistan, Afghanistan, Durand, Relations, International border, Bilateral Talk


My article main goal is to analyses the problematic Pakistan–Afghanistan relationship. Since Pakistan's establishment in 1947, Afghanistan has been armed as a permanent united force for policy, and this has been represented as the main cause of our tense relationship. Although Afghanistan is Pakistan's neighbours, there has always been hostility between the two countries. The main problem is that the administration can recognize Durand line dispute. However, the ethnic group in Afghanistan does not accept the Durand Line as an international border. Nevertheless, Afghanistan uses this border to conduct trade with Pakistan and engage in other activities. Negation and bilateral communication can strengthen relationships. As the deadline for resolving the Taliban Durand Line other objectives approaches in this worrying circumstance, Pakistan and Afghanistan must sit down together in admiration.




How to Cite

Amjad Ata, Adeel Rao, & Saba Hadayyat Ali. (2022). Problematics of Pak-Afghan relationships. Journal of Professional Research in Social Sciences, 9(2), 55–79. Retrieved from



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