Sabah Aslam

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Sabah Aslam is the Founder & Executive Director of Islamabad Institute of Conflict Resolution (IICR), and member visiting faculty Dept. of Peace & Conflict Studies, NUML, and School of Politics & IR, Quaid-I- Azam University, Islamabad.

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Chimes from Tashkent

Located at the new center of global attraction for economic activity, Pakistan and Uzbekistan share a long string of relations. After the independence from the soviets, Pakistan...

Pakistan and the -Stans

From the coasts of Caspian Sea to the rouged lands touching Afghanistan, there lies a belt of resource opulent countries, the Central Asian States. Comprising of five...

The Game of Tariffs

Adam Smith is considered the father of economics. Back in 18th century, he presented the concept of protectionism, which was given to promote the local industry. Nevertheless,...

China – Pakistan: Symphony of Friendship

It is a well-understood certitude that the iron bond between Beijing and Islamabad gained more strength the moment CPEC was incepted. With growing progress, it got more...

Growing Alliance between Islamabad and Kremlin

New equations of the world order are being drawn and global orientations have been changing. It is time for Pakistan to step-up its diplomatic ties to...

CPEC: Pakistan’s Road towards Economic and Political Brilliance

CPEC is not just a small prospect for Pakistan but one which has the potential to possibly turn the state into geo-economically substantial powerhouse in South...

CPEC: A Positive-Sum Social Initiative

The importance of CPEC and the relationship which is as old as time between Pakistan and China in the realm of politics, economy and strategy is...

BRI: Shared Future for Humanity

The terrestrial and maritime connectivity proposed by the Chinese government back in 2013 with six connectivity corridors reflects the vision of shared future for humanity. Belt and...

The Track to Prosperity

The world is rebalancing and one of the key gears of this shift is that the tide has turned towards eastern hemisphere. The world is being...

Countering Terrorism and the dawn of CPEC

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is much more than just a development deal between two states; it is to a large extent a mega-project which encompasses many...

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BRICS ‘Suspends’ its Strategic Expansion: Implications and Challenges

Russia has suspended BRICS expansion. It happened on the...

International Law and the challenges in implementing UNCLOS: South China Sea Arbitration

The intensification of the South China Sea (‘SCS’) conflict...

Silicon Preponderance: Policy, Politics, and the Future of Global Semiconductor Markets

The global semiconductor market has transformed into a battlefield,...

The World Bank’s $1.5 Billion Loan to India: A Revolutionary Move in Green Energy

Energy is at the core of development. Energy makes...
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