CPEC cannot merely be understood in the context of BRI because Pakistan China relations are much older, deeper and stable than the relations. Our October special issue on CPEC looks at where we have reached, what projects are underway, and what is next for this special Pakistan-China flagship project.
CPEC is a transformational project having strategic and economic significance for both countries. I would like to congratulate the team of “Global Village Space” for taking this initiative to highlight the importance of CPEC
China Pakistan Economic Corridor is providing Pakistan the necessary infrastructure up-gradation, energy revitalization, and industrial capacity to leverage our unique location by creating greater economic benefits for Pakistan and our region.
First time ever, head of China's NDRC has sent a message to a Pakistani publication. On the occasion of GVS magazine's special edition on "China-Pakistan Economic Corridor," Vice Chairman NDRC said:"the international landscape is showing all the turbulence, complexities and instabilities. In this special period, it is even more critical for China and Pakistan to further build up trust, enhance cooperation, rise against difficulties and move forward in joined hands"
In his message to GVS CPEC Edition, Pakistan's Foreign Secretary asserts that there is a complete national consensus on CPEC’s indispensability for our national development.
In an interview with Global Village Space, the outgoing Chinese envoy talks India, CPEC, and the West
As the outgoing Chinese Ambassador Mr Yao Jing, after spending an illustrious 3 years as ambassador, prepares to leave, Pakistan is all set to...
The leader who redefined revolution in the 20th century and carved out a new world.
While Xi Jinping is known across the world for his assertive launch of the Belt and Road Initiative, within Chinese politics he is respected for his ideas and his long struggle towards the top.
Former foreign secretary gives an overview of relations that go back decades if not longer. Some truths become clichéd, as is often thought of the ‘Iron brothers’ description of the two countries relationship; however, both share a remarkable identity of views on many issues has meant an increasing collaboration between the two countries on international, political, and economic fronts.
October 1 marks the victory of a revolution that was set to change the 20th century – reinvigorating the ancient spirit of the middle kingdom for a new role on the global stage.
A Pakistani diplomat shares his experience living in an ever-changing China; admiring the Confucius discipline and devotion inculcated by the culture which the society has embraced over millennia, and which is behind its enormous economic progress, to the sense of tranquillity in every nook and cranny of China that enables a stable society to focus on the real matters on hand.