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South Asia is the least interconnected area in the world as a result of regional politics between Pakistan and India. The two nuclear rivals' bickering has a detrimental effect on the peace, security, and development of the area. Major Powers have made use of these fault lines to further their geopolitical goals. The US pushes India to offer regional net security because it sees itself as an important regional power. India views China and Pakistan as impediments to its hegemonic aspirations. Its strategic endeavors have brought it closer to the US, with many economic, political, and strategic repercussions for the balance of power in South Asia, especially for Pakistan. India is attempting to tip the strategic scales in its favor in the area. It presents Pakistan with important obstacles to overcome as well as possibilities. This study intends to examine the effects of the US-India strategic alliance on the regional strategic environment, particularly Pakistan. It looks at unconventional strategies Pakistan may use to seize opportunities.