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Foreign Propaganda won’t Shake Solidity of Sino-Pakistani Relations

Pakistan and China enjoy a friendship which is based on trust, reciprocity, respect for each other and noninterference in each other’s internal affairs. It has been more than 63 years since diplomatic relations between the two countries were established. Over the period, the two brotherly countries proved that the relations between them have gone beyond …

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Challenges to China’s Peaceful Rise

President Obama’s April 2014 visit to Asian counties has reinforced the concerns about America letting China rise peacefully. During this visit Obama reassured Washington’s allies ‘in the face of threats to stability from North Korea and an increasingly assertive China’. He conveyed that the US is duty-bound to come to Japan’s aid in the event …

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Post-US Withdrawal from Afghanistan: Internal and External Dimensions

Post-Event report One day Conference Held on December 18, 2013 at IPRI Conference Hall General After over a decade-long US engagement, the future of Afghanistan seems uncertain. The US troops withdrawal from Afghanistan is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2014, but there are many perplexing questions confronting the analysts. These include the final …

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Nuclear power generation—Pakistan’s necessity

Last November, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif performed the ground breaking ceremony of Pakistan’s largest nuclear power projects, Kanupp-II and Kanupp-III. China is providing the two reactors alongside a concessional loan of $6.5 billion for the construction of these $9.59 billion plants. When completed in November 2019, these would add 2,200MW to Pakistan’s electric power, at a …

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