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Saadat Hassan Bilal

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Saadat Hassan is a PhD Scholar at Quad-i-Azam University, Islamabad

Can Qatari Blockade ‘Fuel the Fire’?

The Qatari blockade is not mere a cordon off, of a single tiny Gulfdoom, it could generate ripple effects, destabilizing in entire region of Gulf. Just, for example, 40 percent of Qatar’s food supply arrives in the country via land transport from Saudi Arabia. There...

Malaysia an ‘Important Node’ in OBOR

Malaysia’s geographical location, status as an influential middle power and its substantial coordination and implementation structures multiplies its importance to the node of Chinese, One Belt One Road. Geographically positioned between Thailand and Singapore, Malaysia is a useful connector in China’s broader infrastructure plans...

OBOR: An Axis of Regional Trade

President Xi Jinping's vision the 'Silk Road Economic Belt' is going to revive the ancient Silk Road, which was once a trade route runs between china's own borders and Europe but the new economic belt is expended and large comprises on the two new trade corridors – one...

Moscow Led Afghan Peace

The Kremlin’s appointment of Zamir Kabulov as presidential envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan and head of the Russian foreign ministry’s Asia and Middle East department also signals a strategic rethink about how Moscow views the Pakistan-Afghanistan beltway. With this Moscow looking to create new...

Exploring the Prospects of ECO Bloc

The Economic Coordination Organization (ECO) is an intergovernmental organization consists of three Asia countries and seven Eurasian nations established in 1985 by Iran, Pakistan and Turkey for the purpose of promoting economic, technical and cultural cooperation among the Member States and its common objective...

Indian CPEC antagonism

Indian antagonist pursuit towards China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has come out amenably with their malevolence and policy of isolating Pakistan in the region triggered another phase of hostility with neighboring country, but China is still optimistic that India can also benefit from the...

Whirling Waters at South China Sea

Peace at stake as China, Philippines diplomatic spats getting worst, alarm bells ringing at high pace in South China Sea. Both nations are head to head over Scarborough Shoal and Spratlys. China asserts "nine-dash line", a demarcation, as its territorial claims, while Philippines claim...

Sister Ports: Gwadar vs Chabahar

Pakistan-Iran barrier is now witnessing the reconstruction of regional strategic and diplomatic calculus, where Pakistan’s rim land “Gwadar” is undergoing extensive strategic transformation under acute security challenges and cartographic anxieties while Indo-Iran-Afghanistan trilateral echo in “Chabahar” becomes a historic reaffirmation of collective geostrategic intervention....

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