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Strategic Importance Of Gwadar Port

“If we see this whole region, it is like a funnel. The top of the funnel is this wide area of Central Asia and...

Does India Really Have a Blue Water Navy? [Infographic]

Indian citizens have been claiming at different forums that India have blue water Navy. Is it correct claim? . Lets have an analysis of this claim whether India  really have a blue water Navy or not ?

Strategic Dimensions of CPEC

CPEC is a game changer but Do you know about the Strategic Dimensions of CPEC. Click here to read detailed analysis from SJP.

China Pakistan Economic Corridor -Challenges And Opportunities

China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a significant bilateral agreement but it has also the potential to reconstruct the geopolitics of the Asian region. It is a large scale development project having a network of highways, railways and pipelines. It has a potential to integrate Central Asia, South Asia and the Middle East

China‘s Rationale Behind Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is rightly called the flagship network as it will be located at the centre of the forthcoming net of Silk Roads. The significance of the CPEC can be understood from the simple fact that China will be investing the majority of the USD 50 billion startup capital for Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank but USD 46 billion for CPEC alone.

The Doctored Confession and Propagated Hysteria – Kulbhushan Yadav Case

The media trial of any sensitive case i.e. Kulbhushan Yadav case related to the country’s national security, has been a victim, and mostly based on propagated allegations, leading to establishment of public sentiments, who declare either party under question as accused, even before an official verdict from official authorized outlets is given.

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Arab-Islamic-American Summit on Terrorism: The Pakistan Version

ISLAMABAD: During the first Arab-Islamic-American summit, Sacrifices of Pakistan were fully ignored. But Does it really matter to Pakistan?