China and Pakistan have enjoyed close diplomatic relations since the two modern nations’...
by Josh Rudolph | May 26, 2015
Since 2012, China has been slowly but steadily increasing diplomatic engagement with Afghanistan—a...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 1, 2012
On Tuesday, a Chinese woman walking on the street in Peshawar, Pakistan, was shot and killed. At the time, the motive for the shooting was not known. Now a faction of the Pakistani Taliban is claiming responsibility, saying the...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 15, 2011
The Los Angeles Times reports the impending destruction of a 5th Century Buddhist monastery in Afghanistan to make way for a Chinese copper mine. “As an archaeologist, of course I’m worried about this,” said...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 27, 2010
Bloomberg reports on the ongoing construction of Pakistan’s Gomal Zam dam by Sinohydro, former employer of Hu Jintao: …China’s Sinohydro Corp., is completing the biggest building project in Pakistan’s tribal region...
by dwang | Feb 15, 2009
In a gesture of goodwill to accompany their 10-day ceasefire with the Pakistani government, Taliban insurgents in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday released Long Xiaowei, one of two Chinese engineers kidnapped in late August. ...
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