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Monday, September 3rd, 2018


Pak-US Relations at Geopolitics, Geoeconomy Cul De Sac

Most friends come bearing gifts when they visit. But the transactional Trump ­administration seeks to bring Pakistan into line through ­financial punishment IRSHAD SALIM (SEP 3, 2018): Pakistan Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa called on Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday at the PM Office in Islamabad — the third one to take place between the military and civil heads since the latter assumed the prime ministerial office on August 18. The huddle comes amid reports that the Trump administration has made it clear that Pakistan will have toRead More

US to Counter China’s Growing Influence With Huge Investments Abroad

SEP 3, 2018 (BE2C2 Report): The United States is working to create a new agency with broad-based authority to compete with China in offering countries financing options for major infrastructure and development projects, according to a major American newspaper. In a report, The Wall Street Journal said the Congress was working to resolve the last barriers to passing a bill that would boost the US role in international development in an attempt to “counter China’s growing influence” around the world. The bill would seek to “combine several little-known government agenciesRead More

Plant For Pakistan Drive: PM Khan Says It’s ‘War for Survival of Future Generations’

SEP 3, 2018: Calling it a war for the survival of our future generations, Prime Minister Imran Khan launched “Plant for Pakistan”, an afforestation drive in the country, by planting a sapling in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on Sunday. The prime minister said the target is to plant 10 billion trees in five years of his newly elected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s tenure at the Center to make the country green. Khan initiated the second-biggest plantation drive in Pakistan by planting a tree in Haripur district of the northern province on Sunday.Read More