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China, Pakistan Conduct Joint Patrol Near Border, Second In 2 Yrs After CPEC Launch

JUL 4, 2018: Chinese and Pakistani frontier defense forces conducted joint patrol at a mountainous region in Khunjerab in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region last week. They were respectively assigned to a frontier defense company in Khunjerab –some 900km northeast of capital Islamabad at Pak-China border– under the PLA Xinjiang Military Command (MC) and the border police of the Pakistani Khunjerab Security Force (KSF), a leading China’s defense journal ‘China Military’ reported on Wednesday. The Chinese and Pakistan frontier defense forces discussed China-Pakistan border situation during the joint borderRead More


Xi, Modi Summit in China Comes to an End With a Postscript: ‘It Takes Two to Tango’

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping have agreed to undertake a joint India-China economic project in Afghanistan at their first informal summit, reports Indian news agency PTI citing official sources in Wuhan. IRSHAD SALIM (April 28, 2018) — China and India seek predictability and control in their bilateral relationship– both have major border and regional issues to tackle along with balance of trade on the table–on give and take basis, and therefore are jostling to delink geoeconomy from geostrategy- a lesson we all could possibly learnRead More