International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences

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Is International Trade Reduces the External Conflicts? Case Study of Pakistan and India


Ayesha Kiran

This study shows the importance of trade to create the peace and stability among the Pakistan and India. Pakistan-India trade relations, trade restrictions, benefits of bilateral trade among them and benefits obtained through trade are argued in this paper. Trade is a tool of achieving peace through interdependence and attaining the mutual economic benefits. Pakistan-India negotiations on border disputes and purpose of establishing the peace are critically important for both nations. Trade is soft and positive way to reduce the conflicts. Openness to international trade is significant driver of liberal peace.


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