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Trump’s New China Strategy A Deft Brand of Hard-Nosed Realism

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Trump’s New China Strategy A Deft Brand of Hard-Nosed Realism To meet a key a requirement of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019, the White House recently released a report titled as “United States Strategic Approach to the People’s Republic of China,” whereby the Trump administration has detailed the its future approach to China. The 16-page document ... Read More »

The Post-Corona World It was the best of times, it was the worst of times …

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The Post-Corona World It was the best of times, it was the worst of times … Asad Ejaz Butt Three months, more than three-hundred thousand dead and nearly three quarters to a billion affected and the endgame to the worst crisis that humanity has faced cannot still be predicted. Sorry you have no rights to view this Article/Post! Please Login ... Read More »

Go Global 4.0 New Directions of China’s Investment Strategy

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Go Global 4.0 New Directions of China’s Investment Strategy The extraordinary economic performance of China between the onset of the reform era in the early 1980s and the global financial crisis was mainly driven by export-led economic growth model, which was supported by high productivity of labour-intensive manufactures, low wages, and export-stimulating policies. In 1999, China carved out its “Go ... Read More »

Covid-19 and US-China Relations Six areas to seek bilateral cooperation

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Covid-19 and US-China Relations Six areas to seek bilateral cooperation Dr M. Usmani Relations between the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China were already very tense before the Covid-19 crisis. China’s assertiveness on the international stage since the 2008 financial crisis and especially since President Xi Jinping rose to power in 2012-2013 has helped cement a ... Read More »

India-China Face-off

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India-China Face-off Aftab H. Wahla Historically, India-China ties date back to the 1950s. Both countries started their diplomatic relations in a cordial atmosphere. After the defeat of the Kuomintang (Nationalist) government on October 1, 1949, by Mao Zedong-led communist forces, India was the first non-communist Asian country that recognized Democratic Republic of China IDRC) and established diplomatic relations with it. ... Read More »

All Lives Matter Human Rights, Dignity and Global Peaceful Co-existence

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All Lives Matter Human Rights, Dignity and Global Peaceful Co-existence Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. George Floyd was killed by a police officer who should have protected his life, human dignity and oxygen—breathing natural lifelines—from the encroachment of extremism and brutality. His cry “I can’t Breathe” is echoed throughout the globe whether someone knows George or not—a natural sense of belongingness ... Read More »

A Moment of National Shame and Peril—and Hope

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A Moment of National Shame and Peril—and Hope John Allen Gen. John Allen, the former commander of the Nato International Security Assistance Force and US forces in Afghanistan, recently penned a scathing essay published online by Foreign Policy magazine on June 03. In this essay, he has termed President Trump’s threats to use the US military on protesters as “the ... Read More »

A Chill in US-China Relations A new Cold War in the offing?

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A Chill in US-China Relations A new Cold War in the offing? Relations between the United States and China plunged to a nadir in recent weeks. On May 15, President Donald Trump threatened to “cut off the whole relationship” with China over the Covid-19 pandemic, which originated in Wuhan. He had earlier called the coronavirus “Chinese virus” and threatened to ... Read More »

Line of Actual Control

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Line of Actual Control With China’s growing military presence at the Line of Actual Control (LAC), a 4,057-km porous border running through glaciers, snow deserts, mountains and rivers separate India and China, tensions in the Himalayas have flared again in recent weeks, giving birth to a fear that the jostling could turn into an unintended full-blown military action. Sorry you ... Read More »