Separatists have waged waves of insurgency in the vast southwestern province for years, fuelled by anger that its abundant reserves of natural resources are not relieving citizens from crushing poverty.
"Regional connectivity is an important element of our discussion with Afghan leadership and our way forward for our economic interaction with Afghanistan," says Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistan's envoy to Kabul.
Two children killed in attack targeting a vehicle carrying Chinese citizens in southwestern Gwadar port city, police say.
Islamabad says an investigation shows a “nexus of Indian RAW and Afghan NDS” behind a bus attack in July that killed nine Chinese workers en route to a dam construction site.
Pakistan seems to be making a holistic policy shift from geopolitics to geoconomics.
Dominated by strategic concerns for two decades, the relationship appears to be caught between US policy drift towards India and its new ‘Cold War’ with Beijing.
How the region’s complicated history is getting in the way of its peoples' long-standing aspiration to merge with Pakistan.
While China has committed to large infrastructure projects, American companies play an essential role in Pakistan’s business landscape.
A recent spat between the two Muslim countries shines a spotlight on a deal Riyadh used to bailout cash-strapped Islamabad.
As the CPEC’s second phase kicks into high gear, numerous pitfalls continue to hamper the initiative from realising its goal of bringing prosperity to Pakistan.
Pakistan's biggest case against the traffickers has fallen apart. Of the 52 Chinese nationals charged, a court in Punjab acquitted 31 while another 21 Chinese defendants left the country after they were granted bail.
Global experts assess the progress and prospects of China’s ‘New Silk Road'.
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