Terrorism and Geopolitics in South Asia
Politics,Security,South Asia
By Tai Wei Lim - 08 Sep 2016

Terrorism and Geopolitics in South Asia

2016 has proven to be a busy year thus far for diplomats of the major world powers as they flew into South Asia’s capitals to cut deals and cooperate in combating terrorism as well as extending areas of cooperation with geopolitical implications.
The Quetta Massacre and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Security,China,South Asia

By Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim - 22 Aug 2016

The Quetta Massacre and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

Pakistan’s Unenviable Position in the Intra-Arab Rift
Politics,Hotspots,South Asia

By Aditi Bhaduri - 21 Jul 2017

Pakistan’s Unenviable Position in the Intra-Arab Rift

Center-State Ties in India and Their Impact on Foreign Policy
Politics,South Asia

Center-State Ties in India and Their Impact on Foreign Policy

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his 3 years in office has repeatedly urged the Indian states to contribute to the country’s growth story, and to also play their rightful role in strengthening ties with the outside world.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Two Years On
Economy,China,South Asia

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Two Years On

In the two years since Chinese President Xi Jinping’s official announcement of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor during his state visit to Pakistan on April 20, 2015, the first slate of “early harvest” CPEC projects are poised to be completed.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor One Year On
Economy,China,South Asia

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor One Year On

It has just been over a year since Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) during his inaugural state visit to Pakistan in April 2015. The Pakistani port of Gwadar will commence full operations by the end of 2016. Gwadar is essential to CPEC as it will connect CPEC with shipping on the Arabian Sea.
China and India: Does the Largest Country Possess the Greatest Amount of Soft Power?
Politics,China,South Asia

China and India: Does the Largest Country Possess the Greatest Amount of Soft Power?

A large country may not necessarily generate more soft power if it emphasizes hard power and does not take advantage of its potential soft power resources. The different political systems between China and India lead to distinct outcomes in their use of soft power.
By Mengqi Qin - 18 Apr 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
The Brussels and Lahore Bombings of March 2016 and Their Implications for China’s War on Terror
Security,China,South Asia

The Brussels and Lahore Bombings of March 2016 and Their Implications for China’s War on Terror

The Brussels attack and last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris have the potential to sway the shocked governments of Western Europe to offer greater support for China’s ongoing struggle against Uighur jihadists in Xinjiang.
“Iron Brothers”: Sino-Pakistani Relations and  The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
Politics,Economy,South Asia

“Iron Brothers”: Sino-Pakistani Relations and The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

In his first state visit to Pakistan on April 20, 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a massive package of investments in Pakistan’s infrastructure.
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