`The book in hand, I akistan's Foreign Policy: A Reappraisal, takes a look - a long, hard look, that is - at the merits and demerits of the national foreign policy as conceived and practised by all who found themselves at the helm of affairs one after the other. With almost four decades of first-hand experience in international diplomacy, the author, Shahid M. Amin, certainly has the right credentials to take up such a gruelling assignment.' Humair Ishiaq, Star Weekend, 09/12/00.
`a very candid account of the various ups and downs that our foreign policy has gone through since 1947.' Humair Ishiaq, Star Weekend, 09/12/00.
`Shahid Amin's book ... makes a useful contribution to the discussion of an increasingly controversial subject.' Iqbal Akhund, Dawn 30/01/01. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Shahid M. Amin served in the Pakistan Foreign Service in various capacities including Ambassador and Special Envoy. He was Pakistan's ambassador to Saudi Arabia, France, the Soviet Union, Nigeria, and Libya, with concurrent accreditation to several other countries. He was also posted in New Delhi, Kabul, Tehran, Brussels, London, and New York. Shahid M. Amin retired from the Foreign Service in 1997 and this is his first book. He is a well-known figure in the media where he participates in discussions on international affairs and Pakistan's political and economic scenario. The author has also published articles on foreign affairs in local and international publications.