Pakistan-China Relations and its Implication for India (2008-2018)

Muhammad Aslam, Uzma Naz, Zakir Hussain, Muhammad Irfan Ahamad


This paper has described a chief question that “What are the impacts of Pak-China relations on India and its regional implications during the period of 2008-18”? Within this framework, the paper has endeavored to examine ongoing progression in economic, strategic and political domains of bilateral kindreds amongst both countries China and Pakistan. 1978 reforms of China and initial strategy, breakdown of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and mainly the incident of 9/11 at world trade center were the key changes that categorized the South Asian, global and the regional politics. If we can talk about regarding the global framework, the calculation allocated with developing global order. On other end, if we can talk about the regional framework, this paper talked evolving relations of Pakistan, India and China, as significant participants of the south Asian region. It has also a significant for the financial, strategic and dogmatic, requirements of the South Asia too.


Bilateral kindred; Global order; Financial; Strategic; Dogmatic.

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