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Inheriting the Storm: Beijing’s Difficult New Relationship with Kabul
December 01, 2022

Inheriting the Storm: Beijing’s Difficult New Relationship with Kabul

By Raffaello Pantucci
Far from inheriting an opportunity, China finds itself encumbered with an ever-expanding roster of problems in Afghanistan, which it is showing little interest in trying to resolve or own.

China Urges Closer Afghanistan Ties as US Withdrawal Looms
June 04, 2021

China Urges Closer Afghanistan Ties as US Withdrawal Looms

By Associated Press
China has long resented the presence of U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan, but is equally wary of instability in the region.
Can China Drive the Afghan Peace Process?
May 18, 2019

Can China Drive the Afghan Peace Process?

By Shubhangi Pandey
China must clarify its strategic priorities to be able to positively influence the trajectory of the Afghan peace process.

The Afghan National Unity Government’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan: Part 2
April 12, 2019

The Afghan National Unity Government’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan: Part 2

By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
The NUG has seen more success than its predecessors in appealing to China – largely thanks to the Belt and Road.

Capricious Afghanistan-Pakistan Trade: Who Wins?
May 25, 2018

Capricious Afghanistan-Pakistan Trade: Who Wins?

By Shoaib A. Rahim
Ultimately, Pakistan loses from its stifling policies as Afghanistan seeks out other partners.

The Blueprint for China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Cooperation
June 29, 2017

The Blueprint for China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Cooperation

By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
Some practical steps the three countries can take to boost trilateral cooperation.

Can China, Afghanistan, and Pakistan Work Together?
June 07, 2017

Can China, Afghanistan, and Pakistan Work Together?

By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
Trilateral cooperation could hold the key to stabilizing the region.
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