Tag: CPEC

South Asia’s Role In The Pentagon’s “Indo-Pacific Strategy Report”

The US’ recently released “Indo-Pacific Strategy Report” envisages India playing a key role in this vast transregional space in order to “contain” China, while Pakistan is conspicuously absent from the text despite being one of the few nuclear weapons states, among the most populous countries in the world, and the […]

The “Baloch Liberation Army” Is A Foreign-Backed Feudal Terrorist Group

The so-called “Baloch Liberation Army” issued a video ultimatum to China over the weekend to discontinue its CPEC development projects in Pakistan’s Balochistan or face a renewed wave of terrorist attacks against its interests there, with this message unambiguously proving that the group is far from the “national liberation movement” […]

Major General Asif Ghafoor: Army Will Protect CPEC

China and Pakistan inaugurated relations with one another in 1951 and since then, the elements necessary for a sustainable all-weather partnership have firmly taken root. Pakistan and China’s relations have always been based on neighbourly respect, economic exchange, technological cooperation, common security goals and enlightened cultural exchange. Today, the partnership […]

Russia Officially Endorsed Pakistan’s Geostrategic Importance

The counsellor from the Russian Embassy in Islamabad officially endorsed Pakistan’s geostrategic importance during a conference earlier in the week and specifically pointed out its role in regional politics and influence in the international Muslim community. Russian-Pakistani relations continue to strengthen by the day as the two strategic partners follow […]

Recent Events Show That Shadowy Forces Want To Spark A “Clash Of Civilizations”

The recent terrorist attacks in New Zealand and Sri Lanka strongly suggest that there are shadowy forces that want to spark a “Clash of Civilizations” between Christianity and Islam, but the the diverse and civilizationally experienced Great Powers of Russia and Pakistan prove that this scenario is far from inevitable […]