Quitting BRICS is non-option, as India gains out of its membership — although it is hardly making any significant contribution to the advancement of the grouping.
The U.S. regime views Pakistanis to be its slaves. The behind-the-scenes rulers of Pakistan made clear that they are agree to that.
The SCO is embracing great connectivity projects that bypass India due to its intractable differences and disputes with China and Pakistan.
Another acute political crisis in Pakistan was primarily caused by the rapid deterioration of socioeconomic conditions.
While Asian countries are focused on the implementation of TAPI, Ashgabat definitely does not possess idle resources for the European Union.
The Xi’an Declaration, issued after the First China-Central Asia Summit at Xi’an, takes a direct hit at the West’s interference in the region.
Pakistan has never been independent. It has always remained a toy in the hands of the United Kingdom and the United States. During the Western war against the Afghan communist regime, it became a rear base for Bin Laden’s mujahideen and Arab fighters. However, for the past decade, a cricket champion like no other has been trying to liberate it, make peace with India and create social services: Imran Khan.
Pakistan denies that it’s arming Kiev and insists that its military shipments to Europe prohibit the transfer of these wares to third parties
The US will be uneasy about a “gas union” between Russia, Pakistan, India. But India has vital interests in safeguarding its energy security.
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Since the collapse of British India and gaining independence in 1947, Pakistan has remained at the center of American geopolitical interests in South Asia and the Middle East for more than seven decades, regardless of the changing political landscape and the balance of power in the region over that time. […]
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