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CPEC and Beyond: China and the US Fight For Influence In Pakistan

Poster:Post date:2020-01-28
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(China),(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Regional Issues),(Chinese Politics),(U.S. Policy)
(The Diplomat, By Umair Jamal) On the other hand, Beijing’s footprint in terms of expanding its influence in Pakistan and the region continues to grow. The fact that Pakistan can rely on Beijing’s financial assurances regardless of their long-term costs is itself a proof of Washington’s waning foothold in Pakistan. <Accessed 2020-01-28>  
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