China to be very close to Gwadar Port in Naval Exercise with Pakistan

In an apparent indication of inching towards and probably utilizing Gwadar Port for its strategic purpose, China on Thursday announced joint naval exercise with Pakistan in the Arabian... Read more »

‘The Bajwa doctrine’: Highlights from Gen Bajwa’s 2016-19 tenure as COAS

Following the SC’s cliffhanger verdict today, Gen Bajwa will retain the top military position for another six months. Three years ago General Qamar Javed Bajwa took charge as the... Read more »

Re-negotiating Hambantota port lease: Was China in the know?

China may have been informally sounded about the possibility of a Gotabaya Rajapaksa Administration re-negotiating the period of lease of the controversial Hambantota port, a source close to the... Read more »

Rajapaksa to Review Hambantota Port Lease to China

COLOMBO: China may have been informally sounded about the possibility of a Gotabaya Rajapaksa Administration re-negotiating the period of lease of the controversial Hambantota port, a source close to... Read more »

CPEC: A ray of hope or sea of despair – Daily Times

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WION Edit: Will CPEC inflict debt burden on Pakistan?, Opinions News

The story of CPEC is not binary. CPEC gives China huge opportunities to tap into markets that are hitherto-inaccessible. But for Pakistan, it’s a debt trap.  The CPEC is... Read more »

China versus the US model of doing business — and CPEC

China’s model of econom­y is better than the darkne­ss Pakist­an lived with for more than 50 years of US-Pak relati­ons A general view of Gwadar port in... Read more »

CPEC: US-India’s unqualified criticisms – Pakistan observer

Syed Qamar Afzal Rizvi INTERMITTENTLY, both Washington and New Delhi posit their unjust reservations over the CPEC project. While speaking to an audience at the Woodrow Wilson International Center... Read more »

China sees ‘evil intention’ in US criticism of CPEC

BEIJING: China on Monday rejected the United States’ criticism of the $60 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), saying Washington had “evil intentions” and was trying to “drive a wedge”... Read more »