CPEC 2.0: Progress and Pitfalls

China-Pakistan relations have historically been perceived as an all-weather friendship and iron brotherhood. Partnership between both states is based on mutual interests and practical cooperation under guidance of both leaderships. Both sides continuously make efforts for advancing relations in all spheres, including political, economic, security and people to people linkages. The relationship was elevated to new heights during the 2013 visit of Premier Li Keqiang to Pakistan. Read More…..

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