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China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

Is China Souring on Pakistan?

Is China Souring on Pakistan?

By Eram Ashraf
The China-Pakistan joint statement issued during the visit of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is illuminating, both for what it says – and doesn't say.

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Is Under Attack

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Is Under Attack

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A new wave of militancy threatens the next phase of CPEC – and potentially the China-Pakistan relationship.
Rain Causes Havoc in Balochistan’s Coastal Region

Rain Causes Havoc in Balochistan’s Coastal Region

By Zeeshan Nasir
Gwadar, the centerpiece of CPEC, is among the worst-affected areas, exacerbating local complaints of official neglect.

The Belt and Road Initiative’s Impact Depends on the Recipient Country 

The Belt and Road Initiative’s Impact Depends on the Recipient Country 

By Tola Amusan
The nature of domestic institutions in China’s partners determines whether the BRI actually advances socioeconomic development or simply enriches elites.

Unrest in the Middle East Is Bad for Both CPEC and IMEC

Unrest in the Middle East Is Bad for Both CPEC and IMEC

By Burak Elmali
As uncertainties deepen, what lies ahead for these dueling connectivity projects?

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Taliban’s Economic Dreams

China’s Belt and Road Initiative and the Taliban’s Economic Dreams

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
The specter of insecurity in Afghanistan has been replaced by a lack of governance and widespread incompetence. Investors from China or any other country can be expected to be deeply wary.

Another Attack on Chinese Nationals in Pakistan Puts CPEC Back Under Scrutiny

Another Attack on Chinese Nationals in Pakistan Puts CPEC Back Under Scrutiny

By Asfandiyar
In recent years, Chinese projects and nationals have continuously faced terror threats across the country.
Pakistan’s Economic Blindspot

Pakistan’s Economic Blindspot

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
No number of IMF packages or foreign bailouts will suffice in keeping the Pakistani economy afloat without the country undergoing a multifaceted structural revamp.

China, Pakistan, and the Taliban: CPEC in Afghanistan

China, Pakistan, and the Taliban: CPEC in Afghanistan

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Claudia Chia. 

The Myth of Rifts in China-Pakistan Relations

The Myth of Rifts in China-Pakistan Relations

By Muhammad Shoaib and Syed Basim Raza
A new discourse has emerged that China-Pakistan relations are in trouble, but that idea is not backed up by facts. 

Behind China’s Friendly Advice for Pakistan 

Behind China’s Friendly Advice for Pakistan 

By Eram Ashraf
China’s foreign minister made an unusually blunt demand for stability during his recent trip. Days later, Pakistan’s political unrest entered a new phase.
After Attacks on Chinese Nationals, Pakistan Pledges More Security

After Attacks on Chinese Nationals, Pakistan Pledges More Security

By Munir Ahmed
China has been demanding more security from Pakistan for its nationals residing and working in the Islamic country for a few years now.

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