Tag: China

  • Victoria and Gwadar

    Victoria and Gwadar

    Victoria – a lady of courage, who worked hard in London in 1956 to get Gwadar for Pakistan through the British PM & Parliament’s approval for the British colony Oman to give custody to Pakistan. The Shah of Iran was new to the throne – CIA had Nixon talk to Harold Macmillan to give Gwadar […]

  • پاکستان بارے آئی ایم ٹی کا مارکسی نکتہ نظر ۔ پہلا حصّہ – محمد عامر حسینی

    پاکستان بارے آئی ایم ٹی کا مارکسی نکتہ نظر ۔ پہلا حصّہ – محمد عامر حسینی

    سی پیک پاکستان کے لئے معاشی قیامت ہے پاکستان کی فوج میں جہادی اثاثوں اور کاروباری ایمپائر نے تقسیم پیدا کررکھی ہے حکمران طبقات امریکی ، چینی اور سعودی سامراجوں کی گماشتگی کا کردار ادا کرنے کے ساتھ خود بھی سامراجی عزائم رکھتی ہے جہادی نیٹ ورک سامراجی طاقتوں اور پاکستانی ریاست کی اشیر باد […]

  • Pakistani academic Akbar Zaidi says CPEC corridor will colonise Pakistan

    Pakistani academic Akbar Zaidi says CPEC corridor will colonise Pakistan

    Columbia and Karachi university political economist S Akbar Zaidi has contended that Pakistan will become a colony of China once the CPEC corridor is implemented. In a lecture entitled “Has China taken over Pakistan” at the think tank Calcutta Research Group on Friday night, Zaidi said the CPEC initiative is the most discussed but the […]

  • The issue of Uighur Jihadis in China – Pejamistri

    The issue of Uighur Jihadis in China – Pejamistri

    This article is mixed with facts/politics/religions. I was in China recently and after talking to quite a few Chinese there, I realised that the issue of Uighurs is very complex one. In the last 30 years the addition of terrorism supported by Takfiri Islamists has added an extra dimension of complexity. All the reports of […]

  • گلگت بلتستان کو کیا فائدہ؟ – وسعت اللہ خان

    گلگت بلتستان کو کیا فائدہ؟ – وسعت اللہ خان

    پچیس دسمبر کی چھٹی ضایع نہیں ہوئی کیونکہ ’’ پاک چائنا اکنامک کاریڈور اور گلگت بلتستان کا مستقبل ’’ کے موضوع پر ایک سیمینار میسر آگیا۔کئی نئے اور مفید نکتے معلوم ہوئے۔ مثلاً یہی کہ گوادر تا کاشغر لگ بھگ تین ہزار کلومیٹر شاہراتی روٹ میں سے بیس فیصد روٹ یعنی سوا چھ سو کلومیٹر […]

  • پاک چین دوستی اور معاشی معاہدے – از عمار کاظمی

    پاک چین دوستی اور معاشی معاہدے – از عمار کاظمی

    بیگم کی پھپھو کے بیٹے نے ایک بار ٹویوٹا ہائی لکس جیسی ایک چائنیز برانڈ کی نئی گاڑی خرید لی۔ چھ ماہ کے اندر اندر اس کا انجن ختم ہو گیا۔ بیچارے کو تنگ آ کر ٹویوٹا کا گئیر باکس اور انجن امپورٹ کر کے گاڑی میں رکھوانا پڑا۔ اس سے نئی گاڑی کی قیمت […]

  • ایران کے بعد چین بھی دیوبندی و وہابی تکفیری دہشت گردی میں پاکستان کے کردار سے غیر مطمئن – بی بی سی اردو

    ایران کے بعد چین بھی دیوبندی و وہابی تکفیری دہشت گردی میں پاکستان کے کردار سے غیر مطمئن – بی بی سی اردو

    پاک افغان امور کے تجزیہ کار رحیم اللہ یوسفزئی نے بی بی سی سیر بین میں ان سوالات کےتفصیلی جوابات دئیے جو کہ درج ذیل ہیں۔ سنکیانگ رقبے کے لحاظ سے سب سے بڑا صوبہ ہے جہاں اوغر مسلمانوں کی اکثریت ہے جو کہ ناراض ہیں اور ایسٹ ترکستان مومنٹ ان کی نمائندگی کا دعوی […]

  • چین نے سنی امام کے قاتل دیوبندی دہشت گردوں کو سزا سنا دی

    چین نے سنی امام کے قاتل دیوبندی دہشت گردوں کو سزا سنا دی

    چین کے سرکاری میڈیا کے مطابق ملک کی سب سے بڑی مسجد کے امام کو ہدف بنا کر قتل کرنے کے جرم میں دو نوجوانوں کو سزائے موت اور ایک کو عمر قید کی سزا سنا دی گئی ہے۔ مسلم اقلیتی برادری اویغور سے تعلق رکھنے والے 74 سالہ جمعہ طاہر صوبہ سنکیانگ کے شہر […]

  • China Keeps Close Eye on Pakistan Protests – by Shannon Tiezzi

    China Keeps Close Eye on Pakistan Protests – by Shannon Tiezzi

    Protests against Pakistan’s government (including separate movements backed by Imran Khan and Tahir ul-Qadri) have sparked concerns about a political crisis in Islamabad. On Wednesday, protestors demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif entered Islamabad’s “Red Zone,” the political heart of the city where the prime minister’s residence, National Assembly, and Supreme Court are […]

  • Xinjiang city bans Islamic dress

    Xinjiang city bans Islamic dress

      Editor’s note: This article illustrates the selective stances of the Pan-Islamist. While many times more Muslims are killed, denied their universal right to practice their faith and driven off a hundred times more land than Palestine, the Islamist do not even squeak on this issue. It should be noted that Israelis are indeed very […]

  • Al-Bakistani on Muslims of Xinjiang struggling for freedom from China – by Senge Sering

    Al-Bakistani on Muslims of Xinjiang struggling for freedom from China – by Senge Sering

        They don’t deserve it, they are conservative, terrorists, extremists, problem creators, agitators, don’t even look like Arabs, too short, should remain with China cause they all look like Chinese, should be thankful to China for all the development and progress, they were always part of China, destroying commerce by creating lawlessness, Islam forbids […]

  • دیوبندی سلفی دہشت گردوں کی دہشت گردی سامراجی منصوبے کا حصہ ہے – از عبدلقادر

    دیوبندی سلفی دہشت گردوں کی دہشت گردی سامراجی منصوبے کا حصہ ہے – از عبدلقادر

     شام : شام میں بشار السد کی سیکولر حکومت کا تختہ الٹنے کے لئے “جمہوریت” کے نام پر خانہ جنگی شروع کروائی جاتی ہے، اس خانہ جنگی کو “عرب سپرنگ” یا ” شامی بغاوت” کا نام دیا جاتا ہے۔ پھر اسے فرقہ واریت کی چغا پہنا دا جاتا ہے، سلفی دہشتگردوں کو کئی ممالک سے […]

  • Gilgit-Baltistan: Nexus of a New Asian Economic Corridor – by Senge H. Sering

    Gilgit-Baltistan: Nexus of a New Asian Economic Corridor – by Senge H. Sering

      Both Pakistan and India are showing signs of opening this remote area to trade and investment. History was made the day Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, flew to New Delhi to attend the swearing in of India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Both leaders are proponents of open borders and the growth of South-Central Asia […]

  • Militants may target Chinese interests in Pakistan – by Zia Ur Rehman

    Militants may target Chinese interests in Pakistan – by Zia Ur Rehman

      Militants from the Taliban and the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM), as well as Sindhi insurgents may separately target Chinese interests in Pakistan, security analysts and governmental officials fear. – See more at: http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/militants-may-target-chinese-interests-in-pakistan/#sthash.z8LEYDEY.dpuf               Source : http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/militants-may-target-chinese-interests-in-pakistan/

  • Bombs tossed out car windows in Chinese terror attack; 31 dead – by Barbara Demick

    Bombs tossed out car windows in Chinese terror attack; 31 dead – by Barbara Demick

      Witnesses described bombers flinging explosives out of car windows Thursday as two vehicles plowed through a crowded morning market in northwestern China, leaving at least 31 people dead and 94 injured. It was the most sophisticated in a spate of recent terror attacks in China. The attack took place about 8 a.m. at a […]

  • Rough Ride on the New Silk Road – by Keith Johnson

    Rough Ride on the New Silk Road – by Keith Johnson

    Editor’s note: While the lives and well being of Pakistan’s targeted communities might not be a priority of the current PML N governments, perhaps the country’s crucial economic ties with China are. Many Northern Areas of Pakistan are terrorized by Takfiri Deobandi militants of the Taliban and ASWJ. These terrorist groups are supported by foreign Al […]

  • عالمی دیوبندی-وہابی جہادی نیٹ ورک اور نئی شاہراہ ریشم کا چینی خواب

    عالمی دیوبندی-وہابی جہادی نیٹ ورک  اور نئی شاہراہ ریشم کا چینی خواب

    چین کے مغربی صوبے جس کی سرحدیں پاکستان کے ساتھ الحاق رکھنے والی ریاست گلگت-بلتستان سے ملتی ہیں کے دارالحکومت میں گذشتہ دنوں بم دھماکے ہوئے اور چاقوؤں سے حملے کئے گئے جس کے نتیجے میں ایک شخص جاں بحق ہوا اور 80 کے قریب لوگ زخمی ہوگئے چین میں یہ حملے ایسے وقت میں […]

  • Disappearance of Malaysian plane 370 and plausible Al Qaeda connection

    Disappearance of Malaysian plane 370 and plausible Al Qaeda connection

    The largest group of victims in the disappeared Malaysian Air Lines are Chinese nationals. This fact is continuously being obscured in the international media. We cannot ignore the Deobandi Uighur militants that have publicly threatened China in the last few years. Refer to the various news reports on how the Deobandi-Salafi Uighur groups from the […]

  • نئی رزمگاه

      نئی رزمگاه‎       دنیا میں سنتے آئے ہیں کہ حالات بدلا کرتے ہیں.کسی بهی قوم یا ملک کے حالات ، مفادات سے بلواسطہ یا بلا واسطہ وابسطہ ہوتے ہیں.بیشک مستقل نهیں ہوتے لیکن تغیر میں وقت لگا کرتا تها.پر نہ جانے فی زمانہ وقت کو پر لگ گئے ہیں یا حالات ، […]

  • Gilgit: Time for Chinese drones before it is too late – by Laleen Ahmad

    Gilgit: Time for Chinese drones before it is too late – by Laleen Ahmad

    Here is a short video of a Chinse graveyard in Gilgit: The Chinese buried in this graveyard did not die as a result of an act of terrorism. They died in the line of duty while building the famous Karakorum Highway. But it appears that soon there will be Chinese graveyards inside China where Chinese […]

  • Pakistan’s ‘strategic’ backwaters

    It seems that Balochistan is no one’s responsibility when it comes to dealing with crisis but everyone else’s responsibility when it is a matter of taking critical decisions. Thus, no one wants to deal with the law and order problem but the province’s natural resources are just another matter. Eventually, no one does anything meaningful […]

  • War with NATO, suicide for Pakistan – by Shiraz Paracha

    A low-intensity military conflict between Pakistan and the United States is going on in Afghanistan and along the Pak-Afghan border since the U.S. military invasion and occupation of Afghanistan. Both sides have been using proxies and guerrilla war tactics to harm each other’s interests. Nevertheless a large-scale and direct military conflict with the 27-member strong NATO […]

  • China, Russia flexing muscles: A New World Order, or Cold War? – by Shiraz Paracha

    China and Russia are flexing their muscles in the wake of Western actions and policies in the Middle East, Europe and Asia. Days after China issued a warning against the establishment of U.S. military bases in Australia; Russia has threatened to pullout from arms reduction treaties saying it can deploy “advanced offensive weapon systems” on […]

  • America’s pacific century – by Hillary Clinton

    The future of politics will be decided in Asia, not Afghanistan or Iraq, and the United States will be right at the center of the action. As the war in Iraq winds down and America begins to withdraw its forces from Afghanistan, the United States stands at a pivot point. Over the last 10 years, […]

  • And now Chinese -by Waseem Altaf

    He was born in a Sindhi family and used to speak Sindhi at home until he joined a school and learned that the national language was Urdu. As the medium of communication was Urdu, he had to learn Urdu. He was also required to learn another language called English as it was the official language […]

  • Bilawal says ICAPP is an exceedingly important forum in the 21st century

    NANNING (China) Sept 5 (APP):Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called upon political parties in Asian countries to enforce the highest standards of transparency and accountability in government and institutions to ensure that people remain invested in the political process.Addressing International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) 2011, Bilawal said Asia was expected to […]

  • President Zardari in China to remove concerns & boost cooperation

    Related Article: China Blames Pakistan for Violence, Our Spymasters Spin through media It was heartening to see the President of Pakistan, Asif Zardari, spending Eid in China’s Muslim majority province called Xinjiang and performing Eid prayers in the city of Urumqi. Though this will again be ignored by our right wing media and the PPP/Zardari […]

  • China blames Pakistan for violence, our spymasters spin through media

      There are two news items in the mainstream newspapers of Pakistan today: one is a wish of our right wing media living on the crest of breaking relations with US in favor of China and the other from China admonishing a possible role of Pakistan in an attack in its Muslim majority province of […]

  • Pakistan, theatre of U.S energy war–by Shiraz Paracha

    As the theatre of the U.S initiated war moves to Pakistan the Pakistani military feels cornered and its commanders are looking for internal unity and reaching out to new and old foreign friends. Interestingly, perhaps for the first time, Pakistani commanders are more worried about the U.S plans rather than the Indian threat. Also breaking […]

  • Message to Pakistan: China Will Not Replace U.S. Aid – by Daniel Wagner

    The current debate in the U.S. Congress about whether and how to continue economic and military aid to Pakistan is understandably problematic. On one hand, Congress is mindful of Pakistan’s long history with the U.S., its unique geostrategic location, its significance as one of the top 7 nuclear powers and the role it plays in […]

  • Choosing sovereignty over servitude — by C. Christine Fair

    Pakistanis are outraged by US Ambassador Munter’s reported assertion that the US government is entitled to influence Pakistan’s internal affairs in exchange for US assistance. The US is Pakistan’s largest source of economic support either directly or through international financial institutions. These funds enable the government of Pakistan — if not the state — to […]

  • Putting prisoners to work – by Ali Wahab

    Express Tribune Published: January 31, 2011 Pakistan has a large number of offenders in jails who can be put to good use. DESIGN: S.JAMAL When I was in university nearly a decade ago, we could use China in a SWOT analysis in any way we felt like. It was a Strength and a Weakness as […]

  • Rise of the Dragon – by Abdul Samad

    Cross-posted from Pakistan Blogzine China’s epic rise as a military and an economic powerhouse over the last few decades is more like a fairy tale. This unprecedented metamorphosis has led to China’s pre-mature coronation as the next big thing. Analysts, excited by the Chinese inexorable advance in the last decade, have based their arguments on […]

  • On Pak-China Friendship and CIA-ISI feud: The Pamir Knot and beyond – by Dr Mohammad Taqi

    The relationship between the US and Pakistani intelligence agencies appears to be moving from playing uneasy footsie to a fairly sordid affair. The blowing of the CIA’s Islamabad station chief’s cover, allegedly at the behest of the host country’s spooks, has not gone down well with the US. That this happened on the eve of […]

  • Is China not an emerging imperialist power? – by Aamir Hussaini

    In political dictionary definition of imperialism is the policy of extending a nation’s authority by territorial acquisition or by the establishment of economic and political hegemony over other nations. If we see role of government of China in our region, Then we can say that China is an emerging imperialist power of our region as […]

  • U.S. aggression against North Korea and China – by Shiraz Paracha

    The United States and its faithful allies within NATO would demand invoking the Article 5 of NATO’s charter if China had conducted joint military exercises with Cuba or Venezuela in the international waters near the U.S coast. But the United States navy has concluded joint military drills with the South Korean navy in the exclusive […]

  • Why Obama bows to the Chinese – by Sindhyar Talpur

    foreword: Apologies if this essay seems to be simplistic in nature, however this essay is meant to be basic in its content. It is part of an endeavor by LUBP to highlight economic situation around the world, its effects on Pakistan and discuss possible solution to our economic problems. The readers will see more, and […]

  • China: ‘Pakistan is our Israel’

    When a US delegate once confronted a Chinese diplomat about Beijing’s uncompromising support for Pakistan, the Chinese reportedly responded with a heavily-loaded sarcastic remark: “Pakistan is our Israel”. But judging by China’s unrelenting support for some of its allies, including North Korea, Burma, Zimbabwe and Sudan, its protective arm around these countries is no different […]

  • China standing up to US – by Shiraz Paracha

    US interference in the regional issue of the South China Sea has caused a stir in Beijing’s military and political circles and some in the Chinese military are prepared for a show of power with the United States. It appears that continuous China bashing by the United States and its allies has compelled Beijing to […]

  • China plans 1-gigawatt N-power plant in Pakistan

    China plans 1-gigawatt N-power plant in Pakistan Source: Dawn, September 21, 2010 BEIJING, Sept 20: China’s main nuclear energy corporation is in talks to build a 1gigawatt atomic power plant in Pakistan, an executive said on Monday. China has already helped Pakistan build its main nuclear power facility at Chashma in Punjab, where one reactor […]