Africa China Economy International Relations

Opportunities Amid Instability: China in Africa

Multiple measures by the UN, ICRC, and other international organizations have taken to mitigate the African crises. As China indubitably seems to be a potential power juxtapose to the western presence in the region, westerners have done very little to manage the crises. Beijing must take the lead, collaborate with domestic armed groups, encourage dialogue and conflict management mechanisms to the parties, at least propose them, as a mediator, to minimize the instability factors and encourage them to collective growth. Chinese economic diplomacy can be used to compel African policymakers to conflict resolution. Other conflicting parties must be taken on board to develop confidence-building, and some serious interest must be shown in African affairs.

China Economy Politics

Joint Consultation Mechanism (JCM) on CPEC

The success of CPEC lies in unity and clarity about the project. It is for this reason that the JCM is established. JCM brings clarity and transparency to CPEC but highlights loopholes in internal politics and Pakistan’s national unity. It is high time that Pakistan puts in the effort to get its house in order.

Economy Foreign Policy

Chinese Debt Trap: A Myth or Reality?

China’s economic activity and population increased heavily in the past decade. China tackled this situation by investing in infrastructure, following

China Foreign Policy India Interviews Kashmir

The Foresight: India – China Conflict with Eduardo Baptista

An informative session with Eduardo Baptista (Hong Kong-based Portuguese-Korean Editor, Journalist and Expert on South Asian Geo-Politics with special focus

India Interviews Kashmir

The Foresight: Kashmir Conflict with Dr. Sten Widmalm

An informative session with Dr. Sten Widmalm, Professor of Political Science in the Department of Government at Uppsala University, Sweden