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Why Afghanistan Should Join CPEC
May 05, 2017

Why Afghanistan Should Join CPEC

By Anurag Ram Chandran
Trilateral cooperation between Afghanistan, China, and Pakistan on the Belt and Road would benefit all three states.
China-India Rivalry Could Have Deadly Consequences for Afghanistan
March 09, 2017

China-India Rivalry Could Have Deadly Consequences for Afghanistan

By Baisali Mohanty
China and India are competing to be seen as leaders on the Afghanistan issue, resulting in a deadlock.

Are Chinese Forces Conducting Patrols in Afghanistan?
February 27, 2017

Are Chinese Forces Conducting Patrols in Afghanistan?

By Ankit Panda
China has denied reports that its military is conducting patrols across the border in Afghanistan.

The Story Behind China's Long-Stalled Mine in Afghanistan
January 07, 2017

The Story Behind China's Long-Stalled Mine in Afghanistan

By Mohsin Amin
Nine years after Chinese companies took control of Mes Aynak, copper extraction has yet to start.

Sino-Tajik Counterterroism Drills Reflect China's Regional Concerns
October 21, 2016

Sino-Tajik Counterterroism Drills Reflect China's Regional Concerns

By Catherine Putz
Beijing has plenty of regional economic concerns, and strengthening the Tajik military is part of its insurance policy.
What to Make of China's Latest Meeting With the Taliban
August 05, 2016

What to Make of China's Latest Meeting With the Taliban

By Wang Jin
China's role in Afghanistan is constructive, but not decisive.

The Rise of China-Afghanistan Security Relations
June 23, 2016

The Rise of China-Afghanistan Security Relations

By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
Over the past two years, China-Afghan security cooperation has reached unprecedented levels.
Where Does Afghanistan Fit in China’s Belt and Road?
May 03, 2016

Where Does Afghanistan Fit in China’s Belt and Road?

By Zabihullah Mudabber
Afghanistan can be a hub for the OBOR project, but Kabul needs to capitalize on the potential benefits.

Ahmed Rashid on Afghanistan's Challenges in 2016
March 24, 2016

Ahmed Rashid on Afghanistan's Challenges in 2016

By Sanjay Kumar
The Diplomat speaks with long-time Taliban analyst Ahmed Rashid about the possibility for peace in Afghanistan.

What's Behind China's Offer of Military Aid to Afghanistan?
March 11, 2016

What's Behind China's Offer of Military Aid to Afghanistan?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's concerns about Afghan stability are real, but direct military aid will remain limited.

China Joins Afghanistan, Pakistan, and US for Talks on Afghan Peace Process
January 12, 2016

China Joins Afghanistan, Pakistan, and US for Talks on Afghan Peace Process

By Shannon Tiezzi
A four-nation meeting on Monday discussed the possibility of a return to talks with the Afghan Taliban.
China Pushes Afghanistan, Pakistan Back Toward Peace Process
December 10, 2015

China Pushes Afghanistan, Pakistan Back Toward Peace Process

By Shannon Tiezzi
After the first round of Afghan-Taliban peace talks crumbled, China tried again at the Heart of Asia conference.

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