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Can China Solve Pakistan’s Energy Crisis?
June 12, 2019

Can China Solve Pakistan’s Energy Crisis?

By Sheraz Aziz
CPEC has great promise, but Pakistan must be clear-eyed about the environmental and political costs.

Powering the Powerless in Pakistan
November 02, 2018

Powering the Powerless in Pakistan

By Muhammad Salar Khan
A roadmap to finally solving Pakistan’s energy crisis through “energy productivity.”
CPEC's Environmental Toll
April 18, 2018

CPEC's Environmental Toll

By Shah Meer Baloch
China is bringing coal power to Pakistan, and Pakistanis will pay the environmental price.

Why Pakistan Is TAPI's Biggest Hurdle
April 07, 2018

Why Pakistan Is TAPI's Biggest Hurdle

By Shoaib A. Rahim
The pipeline would bring substantial benefits to all 4 member countries. For Pakistan, that's exactly the problem.

CPEC: Boon or Bane for Pakistan?
November 16, 2016

CPEC: Boon or Bane for Pakistan?

By Hanan Zaffar
A look at the hopes and fears surrounding the ambitious China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

China Powers up Pakistan: The Energy Component of the CPEC
January 13, 2016

China Powers up Pakistan: The Energy Component of the CPEC

By Shannon Tiezzi
Energy projects tied to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor are supposed to double Pakistan's energy capacity.

The Environmental Cost of China’s South China Sea Construction
September 18, 2015

The Environmental Cost of China’s South China Sea Construction

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, more on the Tianjin explosions, China previews Xi's trip to DC, and the world's biggest solar plant. China links.
Karachi Blackouts Evidence of Pakistan’s Energy Crisis
July 17, 2015

Karachi Blackouts Evidence of Pakistan’s Energy Crisis

By Brian M. Perkins
The country’s largest city is in dire need of reforms.

Solar Power in Pakistan
October 09, 2013

Solar Power in Pakistan

Pakistan faces a severe energy crisis. Renewables such as solar energy represent a solution.

Pakistan’s Energy Crisis
August 31, 2013

Pakistan’s Energy Crisis

Energy shortages are hobbling the economy and contributing to unrest. But the country has options.

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