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In terms of a "macro" perspective, which is the one adopted in this study, some observers see Pakistan belonging to a Southern Asian subsystem that includes the nations of South and Southeast Asia. 14 If agreement on goals and cooperation in their fulfillment were irrelevant to the concept of a system and mere interaction, regardless of intensity or kind, were sufficient, the designation of southern Asia as a subsystem, and Pakistan's membership in it, would be technically correct. But such an exercise will not open any new windows on the behavior of member states.
21 B. G. Verghese has written in the same vein. The Indian Muslims, he says, feel they are a second-class minority. 22 M. R. 23 Krishna lyer, a former judge of the Kerala High Court, has recently written of a large variety of routinized breaches of secularism at both official and nonofficial levels. "24 Indian perceptions of Pakistan are somewhat more varied and complex. Not all Indian commentators are equally severe in their denunciation of Pakistan. 25 Nevertheless, there is a dominant image of Pakistana party line, if you willthat political leaders, public relations men, journalists, and a variety of other writers project.
Page 12 Until 1971 Pakistan had sought a cordial but not an exclusive relationship with China. At the same time, she wanted an actively cooperative relationship with the United States and, at least, a moderately cooperative relationship with the Soviet Union. The "new" Pakistan, under Prime Minister Bhutto, wishes to pursue essentially the same policy. It will be seen below that while this pattern of relations, analogous to walking on a tightrope, may survive a carefully controlled, moderate-to-low level of Indo-Pakistan tension, it is too delicate to bear the strains of serious Indo-Pakistan conflict.