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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.

Pakistan-China Agree to Upgrade CPEC

Pakistan-China Agree to Upgrade CPEC

By Umair Jamal
During Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s visit to Beijing, Pakistan sought to reassure China of its stability and security concerns. But will it deliver on its promises?
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.

The Importance of China and Pakistan’s Joint Naval Exercises

The Importance of China and Pakistan’s Joint Naval Exercises

By Shantanu Roy-Chaudhury
Parsing the implications of Sea Guardian 3 for China, Pakistan, and the Indian Ocean Region.

China or the US: Pakistan’s Choice 

China or the US: Pakistan’s Choice 

By Furqan Khan
A strategic courtship with China is necessary, but Pakistan also needs the U.S. to address its economic and security challenges.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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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.
Michael Kugelman on the India-Pakistan Relationship

Michael Kugelman on the India-Pakistan Relationship

By Shannon Tiezzi
Pakistan wants a more stable relationship with India, but “that doesn’t mean it wants to pursue reconciliation.”

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.

Chinese National Accused of Blasphemy Is Another Test for China-Pakistan Ties 

Chinese National Accused of Blasphemy Is Another Test for China-Pakistan Ties 

By Azhar Zeeshan
The incident could reinforce existing concerns about Chinese workers' safety in Pakistan, and a pull-out by China could be disastrous for Pakistan's economy.

Sharif in China: How Are China-Pakistan Ties?

Sharif in China: How Are China-Pakistan Ties?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
For all the right statements and claims of the unbreakable, iron-clad relationship between Beijing and Islamabad, there was very little substance to Sharif’s trip.
Pakistani PM’s Visit to China Puts CPEC Back on Track

Pakistani PM’s Visit to China Puts CPEC Back on Track

By Umair Jamal
The two sides agreed to launch the $10-billion high-speed Karachi-Peshawar rail project and President Xi promised Pakistan help in dealing with its financial crisis.

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