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China-Pakistan Gwadar Port runs into rough weather

Chinese co terminates container liner services to Gwadar; inadequate cargo & lack of use of port for transit to Afghanistan cited as reasons. NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s Gwadar Port, built and managed by China, has run into rough weather due to inadequate cargo handled at the port and lack of use …

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Pakistan Army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa discusses situation in Kashmir with top Chinese general

Pakistan Army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa and China’s top general held a meeting in Rawalpindi and sicussed about the Kashmir situation. akistan and China have signed an MoU for the enhancement of defence cooperation and capacity building of the Pakistani Army, as the top generals of the two armies discussed …

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At UN meeting, US, UK and Canada slam China and Pakistan for ‘persecuting and repressing’ religious minorities

New York: Raising the issue of suppression of religious freedom at the United Nations, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada on Thursday slammed China and Pakistan for “persecuting and repressing” their religious minorities. During a UN meeting on Safety of Religious Minorities in New York, the US, UK, …

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Pakistan Struggles to Make Good on a Golden Opportunity in Balochistan

In a remote and arid corner of southwestern Pakistan, Islamabad has found itself embroiled in a difficult battle: a multibillion-dollar dispute with a global mining company over one of the world’s richest untapped deposits of copper and gold. In July, the World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes …

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Takeover Trap: Why Imperialist China Is Invading Africa

China is in Africa not to advance Maoism, but to control its resources, people, and potential. by Akol Nyok Akol Dok Bradley A. Thayer Africa is on the cusp of a new period in its history, its renaissance. Freed from centuries of colonialism and neo-imperialism, Africa has the opportunity to become a …

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Chinese cash: enough to keep East Timor out of Asean?

Southeast Asia’s youngest nation faces a Catch-22 in ties with ChinaTo join Asean, it needs to improve its economy, but, in improving its economy with China’s help, it may jeopardise its chances of joining Asean Meaghan Tobin  When work began on East Timor’s US$490 million deep water port, things went with …

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China, Pakistan discuss measures to step up CPEC security

Beijing Jul 30: China and Pakistan on Tuesday discussed steps to enhance security to the USD 60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and safety of over 10,000 Chinese people working for various projects. Pakistan”s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen. Zubair Mahmood Hayat met several top Chinese …

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Trump’s Three Missteps on Pakistan

By Daniel Markey Pakistan is where good policy options go to die. U.S. administrations have struggled to develop a coherent and effective policy toward Islamabad, trying to coerce and co-opt it, with limited success at best. Daniel Markey of SAIS offers a readout of Prime Minister Khan’s visit to Washington. He …

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Are America and China on a Collision Course?

The Center for the National Interest holds a discussion with Lt. Gen. Wallace Gregson, Kurt Campbell, and Michael Auslin on America’s future relationship with China. by Matthew Petti Follow Matthew Petti on TwitterL One of the most significant foreign policy shifts that President Trump has ushered in is a more confrontational approach …

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China’s Chump: Why America Can’t Trust Pakistan

Will Donald Trump and the State Department take Imran Khan at his word or put wishful thinking ahead of reality? by Michael Rubin Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan hopes that his visit to the White House today will jumpstart relations with the United States after years of tension. Within the U.S. …

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