Since Imran Khan has become the Prime Minister of Pakistan, he has been mentioned, covered, and [many times] praised by internationally renowned media houses like BBC News, the New York Times, the CNN, the Times of India and many more.
Recently, a geopolitical expert and the Director of Eurasia Future Think Tank, Adam Garrie, praised Imran Khan. During his interview with Tehran-based Press TV, Garrie appreciated Khan’s choices about the foreign policy of Pakistan.
“Under Imran Khan’s leadership, Pakistan stood as a sovereign nation in front of the United States,” he said. While answering to a question about Imran Khan’s statement resenting Pakistan’s dealings with the US in the past, the British analyst said that Pakistan will no longer act as a ‘hired gun’ for the United States.
“Well, when Imran Khan first came to power and formed his government in Pakistan just a few months ago, I went out on a limb but very confidently saying that he would be the best political ruler of the country that Pakistan has had since the late and great Muhammad Ali Jinnah,” he said.
“The events that have happened in Pakistan over the last few months now that Imran khan is in the power, have totally vindicating this. He has put few feet wrong and many feet right in terms of foreign relations of Pakistan. He has embraced with that spirit of win-win multi-polarity,” he added.
“And, so Imran Khan is really putting his nation in a position, that’s repositioning it from one of subservience to one of regional leadership. This will in the coming years have positive economic repercussions and positive diplomatic repercussions,” the analyst said, during the interview.
“Of course, there are economic problems in Pakistan which need to be resolved, and are being resolved. But in terms of foreign policy of the country, I think the newly elected government of Pakistan is really demonstrating that it is a clean break from the past, not just in terms of who the prime minister is but in terms of what he is doing. Imran Khan is creating a new mentality in terms not only of the general political atmosphere in Pakistan but in terms of all the policies that all of them are very positive thus far,” Adam Garrie concluded.