Pakistan’s Dangerous Obsession with Continental Policymaking Articles Asia Defense & Security

Pakistan’s Dangerous Obsession with Continental Policymaking

For well over three decades, since the beginning of the Soviet-Afghan War, Pakistan has had the opportunity to act as a key enabler in regional conflict management. The Cold War…

The Importance of Regional Connectivity for Afghanistan and Pakistan Articles Asia Trade & Economics

The Importance of Regional Connectivity for Afghanistan and Pakistan

Afghanistan is termed the ‘heart of Asia’, connecting different regions, especially Central Asia, via Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, South Asia via Pakistan and the Middle East, via Iran. Afghanistan is…

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,…

Page 1 of 8

Login

Welcome! Login in to your account

Remember me Lost your password?

Lost Password