Reviving Pakistan’s Vision East Asia Policy Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Reviving Pakistan’s Vision East Asia Policy

Since its inception, Pakistan has followed a security-centric foreign policy by focusing on major players such as the United States (US) and China. Unsurprisingly, these alliances were essential given the…

CPEC: A Promise in the Dark? Articles Asia Politics & Governance Trade & Economics

CPEC: A Promise in the Dark?

The fate of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been a question of great intrigue lately. Before and during the pandemic, the mega project has experienced some slow-downs and renegotiations,…

Indo-US Growing Ties: Implications for Pakistan’s Security Articles Asia Defense & Security

Indo-US Growing Ties: Implications for Pakistan’s Security

Pakistan and India are the two traditional rivals in South Asia since their independence. Both the countries have fought three full-fledged wars i.e. in 1947, 1965 and 1971 and tackled…

Restructuring Pakistan ’s Foreign Office Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Restructuring Pakistan’s Foreign Office

As Pakistan braces for traditional power-play in its neighbourhood along with the emergence of advanced and unregulated technologies, there are legitimate concerns about the existing organisational structure of the Foreign…

RCEP and India’s Cosmetic Retreat,Trade Articles Asia Trade & Economics

RCEP and India’s Cosmetic Retreat

Recently, India announced to stay out of the historic free trade agreement of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). This trade pact has been considered the net economic engine of Indo-Pacific…

Pakistan, India, Geostrategic Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Conceptualising Pakistan’s Geostrategic Identity

Pakistan’s strategic location is routinely touted by government functionaries and observers across the world to describe its distinct geographic resource value in terms of trade, connectivity, and security. In retrospect,…

Economy, BRI, CPEC Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Resuscitating the Silk Route

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) proposed by the Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013, embodies China’s modern strategy of resuscitating the silk route and exporting China’s development model across…

CPEC, Energy, Pakistan Articles Asia Energy & Environment

Dirty Energy in ‘New’ Pakistan?

There is a pattern that is encapsulating almost all of the major countries in the world; that they are looking to withdraw from dirty sources of energy, especially coal which…

Pak-China, Free Trade Agreements Articles Asia Trade & Economics

Pak-China Trade: Free Trade Agreements

Ever increasing imports, and not nearly enough exports; such is the constant state of dilemma that is coming in the way of Pakistan’s growth. According to the country’s Commerce Secretary…

CPEC, China, Foreign Policy Articles Asia Trade & Economics

CPEC: Through the Lens of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy

The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a bilateral project between Pakistan and China. It aims to enhance economic prosperity not only for both the countries but also for the…

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