US ousts Imran Khan but his revolutionary narrative endures
Washington has reactivated old cronies in Islamabad to unseat PM Imran Khan, but the latter has sown seeds of immense dissatisfaction with the old guard and their US backers within the Pakistani public. And Khan's domestic and foreign allies will not sit by idly either.
Apr 05, 2022
How a missile in Kabul connects to a Speaker in Taipei
Washington’s hard power display of taking out Al-Qaeda’s Al-Zawahiri will not be reciprocated by Beijing over Pelosi’s provocative visit to Taiwan. It does however, definitively bury the decades-long era of cooperative US-Chinese relations.
Aug 03, 2022
Terror from Balochistan: a menacing tool to disrupt Sino-Pakistani economics
A Baloch suicide bombing targeting Chinese workers in Karachi comes a mere month after the US-backed ousting of PM Imran Khan. Pakistan is a critical BRI hub in Beijing's vast Eurasian connectivity project, and it looks like CPEC is the ultimate target of this disruption.
May 05, 2022
Muslim states support China’s Xinjiang vocational camps, so why is the West so furious?
Muslim states have positively embraced China's vocational camps in Xinjiang – many of which were funded by the World Bank. If Muslim nations applaud China's deradicalization and reintegration plans for its Uighur community, why is the West up in arms?
Sep 07, 2021