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China–Pakistan Economic Corridor: Change in the Geo-Strategic Outlook of Pak-China Relations
This research paper has focused the backdrop of Pak-China strategic relations. It also examined the prospects of bilateral relation between Pakistan and China while special focus remained on strategic relations. This research is based on qualitative method and secondary data has been utilized in this research. Pakistan and China are the two important players of Asian, especially South Asian region. They are reliable, time tested friends and have strong brotherhood throughout their bilateral diplomatic history. Pakistan is the most important Muslim country, as it is the only atomic power in Muslim World. It also occupies very important geo-strategic location. While on the other hand China being the most emerging economic, military and technological power has remained the focus of attention for regional and international political actors. Both Countries have travelled over 65 years of long journey of smooth relations. Currently both states are working jointly in all fields related to defense including nuclear cooperation and development of conventional and non-conventional weaponries. Free trade agreement boosted economics ties between these two neighboring state. Both states agreed to construct the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPCE) that was officially signed in 2015. Gwadar port is part of CPEC and has vital economic strategic position.
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Government College Women University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Government College University Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan