JWT Desk

As China’s prime minister visits India, the host’s attitude towards its bigger neighbour is hardening

The Indians’ increasingly strong ties with America are bolstering their confidence in dealing with China. President Barack Obama visited Delhi a month ago and earned much goodwill by offering hearty support for India’s bid for permanent membership of the UN Security Council (China is distinctly lukewarm). Count the ways in which India’s handling of China is quietly growing firmer. Relations …

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Pak-China Relationship: Newer Horizons

The three days visit of Chinese Premier Mr. Wen Jiabao, has attained another milestone in the history of bi-lateral relationship of Pakistan and China. Pak-China relations began in 1950 when Pakistan was among the first countries to recognise the People’s Republic of China. Following the 1962 Sino-Indian War, Pakistan’s relations with China became stronger; since then, the two countries have …

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Retrospective Analysis

A man, who has little knowledge of international relations, can easily understand that Pakistan cannot be a beneficiary of the Mumbai incident. The Indian blame game against Pakistan exposed by the Jahangir’s World Times in its January 2009 issue has been confirmed by Wikileaks recent disclosure published in The Daily Mail, London. In an exclusive interview with Brig (Retd) Syed …

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Obama’s Asian visit: the Pak, China factor

In the weeks preceding Obama’s visit to India, there was an attempt by the Obama Administration to remove the impression among the Indians the US was giving greater priority to China The top most agenda of Present Obama’s visit to Asia, prticularly India was a frank exchange of views with the leaderships of these countries on Pakistan, Afghanistan and the …

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