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The China Dream Hits Reality

Asian ports: Pitfalls of China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative. By James M. Dorsey Troubled ports in Pakistan and Sri Lanka, envisioned as part of China’s string of pearls linking the Eurasian heartland to the Middle Kingdom, exemplify political pitfalls that threaten Beijing’s ambitious One Belt, One Road project. Political violence …

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قومی یکجہتی جرگہ بلوچستان کا امن افغان مہاجرین کے انخلاء سے مشروط

شعیب رئیسانی | ملک بھر میں 19 سالوں بعد عدالتی حکمنا مہ پر وفاقی حکومت مردم شماری کرانے جارہی ہے جس کا باقاعدہ آغاز آئندہ ماہ کے دوسرے ہفتے سے بلوچستان سے کیا جارہا ہے،صوبے میں آخری مرتبہ 1998 میں اس وقت کے وزیر اعلیٰ سردار اختر جان مینگل کے دور …

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CPEC: While Northwest China Enjoys Pakistani Seafood, India Feels Beijing’s Presence

Panos Mourdoukoutas The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is changing life in China’s Northwest Xinjiang Uyghur region, bringing something special to the region: seafood from Pakistan. This little bonus is being shipped by container trucks through the corridor, which currently accounts for 2 percent of the total trade between the two countries; and more goods are expected to …

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What is behind the hostility between Iran and Turkey?

The post-ISIL power vacuum in the region has brought tensions between Iran and Turkey to a head, analysts say. A large crowd in Istanbul protested in December against the involvement of Iran in the Syrian conflict and the attacks on Aleppo [Sedat Suna/EPA] by Birce Bora Birce is an online …

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Pashtun profiling

Even their Pakistani Identity Cards wouldn’t help them as Punjab police and Federal Investigation Agency would block these cards after their arrests. It is official now. The Punjab police has issued written instructions to its personnel to keep an eye on people with Pashtun/Afghan dresses and food habits as terror …

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IS in Afghanistan: How successful has the group been?

Amid a rise in attacks in Afghanistan attributed to the so-called Islamic State (IS), the BBC’s Dawood Azami examines what kind of threat the militant group poses in the conflict-hit nation and the wider region. How much territory has IS captured? IS announced the establishment of its Khorasan branch – …

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The Changing Regional Architecture of the Middle East

Senior Research Fellow Prof. Asher Susser explains that while the Arabs remain the largest ethnic group in the region, the non-Arab states have become its key political players. The non-Arab states, Iran and Turkey and to a lesser degree Israel, have filled the void left by Arab weakness. Author: Asher …

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بلوچستان کو تقسیم کیا جائے

بلوچستان کو تقسیم کیا جائے, جیند ساجدی بشکریہ: ڈیلی انتخاب

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To Save Afghanistan, Put Pressure on Pakistan

Islamabad’s subversion has led to a resurgent Taliban, arguably the greatest reason for Afghanistan’s instability, says Javid Ahmad in The Wall Street Journal. By Javid Ahmad The stream of bad news from America’s longest war in Afghanistan is relentless. But even more worrying is the lack of debate within Washington on how …

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Donald Trump will design a new Middle East

Donald Trump will design a new Middle East STEPHEN R GRAND Donald Trump’s new national security adviser, Lt Gen H.R. McMaster, has inherited a world in which the tectonic plates are perceptibly shifting. Power, long centred in Washington, is radiating eastward toward Moscow, Tehran, New Delhi, and Beijing. Meanwhile, the …

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