CPEC

South Asia: Greater Eurasia Scenarios

South Asia: Greater Eurasia Scenarios

September 26, 2016
Big Bangladesh A “Greater Bangladesh” could be created if nationalist forces within or immediately outside of the country seek to unite the neighboring ethnic diaspora, which in this case would includ…
US Behind Indo-Israeli Secret Nexus

US Behind Indo-Israeli Secret Nexus

September 14, 2016
Besides other related-developments about the US-supported Indo-Israeli nexus, first of all, we need to refocus on terror attacks in Munich where on July 22, 2016, the lone gunman Ali David Sonboly kil…
The Ultimate 21st Century Choice; OBOR or War

The Ultimate 21st Century Choice; OBOR or War

August 31, 2016
The $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has the potential to unblock vast swathes of South Asia, with Gwadar, operated by China Overseas Port Holdings, slated to become a key naval hub of the New Silk Roads.

Deep-sea ports will be built in Kyaukphyu in Myanmar, Sonadia island in Bangladesh, Hambantota in Sri Lanka. Add to them the China-Belarus Industrial Park and 33 deals in Kazakhstan covering everything from mining and engineering to oil and gas.