Backlashing to India for self-defence, followed by releasing Indian’s captured pilot for a symbol of peace, remembered us the “Greylist”, Pakistan have put in, by Paris based Financial Action Task Force (FATF).
The Post Pulwama standoff between Pakistan and India and the resultant escalation has brought South Asia to the brink of a nuclear war; despite apparent cooling down of situation, the military drawdown has not taken place.
"I Feel as If I Am Going to Visit the Home of My Own Brother". This was the statement made by President Xi Jinping prior to his visit to Pakistan in 2015.
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which connects China’s border city of Kashgar with Pakistan’s port city of Gwadar. Network of Roads has been constructed and railway linkage is in pipeline.
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is steadily changing its policies – both domestic and foreign. Outside observers are putting the change down to democratic transition and an Asian-style populism.
The Geo-strategic implications of the ‘Propaganda’ about Israeli Plane Landing in Islamabad
Pakistan witnesses the largest political crisis in recent years.
A remarkable geopolitical shift has taken place in this part of the world as the traditional pattern of friends and adversaries is broken. India and Pakistan have been in opposite camps since the partition of the subcontinent in 1947.