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Tag Archives: CPEC

US-India Defense Ties

By Tyela Shaffan Great powers are often viewed by a worldview that is widely shared from generation to generation—a strategic culture, and a good deal of firmness in vision and strategic priorities. The present visions of the U.S. and Indian elites go back to roughly World War II. The United …

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CPEC: Gains and Disparities

By Tyela Shaffan China-Pakistan economic corridor (CPEC) is a mega project of USD 45+ billion taking the bilateral relationship between Pakistan and China to new heights. The project is the beginning of a journey of prosperity of Pakistan and China’s Xinjiang. The economic corridor is about 3000 Kilometers long consisting …

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Indian RAW and Afghan NDS Running Networks in Pakistan: Asim Saleem Bajwa

Arif Qureshi Islamabad: On the eve of  Second Anniversary of  Operation Zarb-e-Azb, DG-ISPR Lt Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa addressed a press conference on Wednesday in which he shared the details of successes of Pakistan army against terrorists and role of hostile Intelligence agencies to destabilize Pakistan. The DG ISPR said that during …

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The Politics of US Aid to Pakistan

Sauleha Kamal In a clear case of deja vu, the US has blocked $300 million in military aid to Pakistan, making the release of funds contingent on Islamabad taking demonstrable steps against the Haqqani network. This announcement follows a steady downturn in Pakistan-US relations that started with vitriolic US Senate …

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