Sri Lankan civil servants visits CPPG

On the 25th of September 2019, the Centre for Public Policy and Governance at Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) hosted a delegation of Sri Lankan civil services as part... Read more »

What does Pakistan’s energy mix look like and what is its future?

According to US government statistics, Pakistan’s energy mix is formed of 64% fossil fuels, 27% hydropower and 9% other renewables and nuclear power. While Pakistan has strong potential for... Read more »

Balochistan activists hold protest in New York over Pakistan army’s atrocities

A digital board carrying messages on atrocities in Balochistan in New York.Twitter Balochistan activists held protests in New York on Thursday, September 26, accusing Pakistani military of atrocities within... Read more »

FDI inflows into Pakistan likely to increase: Asian Development Bank | Business

ISLAMABAD: Foreign capital inflows into Pakistan are expected to increase during the fiscal year 2019-20, Asian Development Bank (ADB) said in its latest report. According to ADB’s flagship economic... Read more »

In Pakistan’s Thar Desert, Opposition to New Coal Projects Grows – The Diplomat

Advertising While much of the world has been shifting away from coal, Pakistan, one of the smallest contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions historically, is intending to burn a... Read more »

China dominating India on disputed borders

In 1949 India became the second country to recognize China and in 1954 Nehru and Zhou Enlai signed the treaty of Panchsheel or the five principles of peaceful co-existence.... Read more »

Pakistan, China strategic partners working for shared prosperity: Firdous

Firdous says China has supported Pakistan on its core issues including the Kashmir. Firdous says China will stand with Pakistan on vital issues as a strategic partner. She says... Read more »

Senate panel on CPEC told: SEZs law being amended to trim CA deficit

The Senate Special Committee on the Project of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was informed that certain amendments are being made to the law pertaining to Special Economic Zones (SEZs)... Read more »

Slower, smaller, cheaper: the reality of the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor

Despite perceptions that it will bring a rush of Chinese financing for massive infrastructure projects, implementation of the China Myanmar Economic Corridor has so far been relatively cautious. By... Read more »