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Here’s What Must Change To Keep Asia’s Rise Peaceful

The biggest risk of conflict in the twenty-first century stems from not settling the conflicts of the twentieth century. Can Asians embrace a cartographic pragmatism similar to what they have achieved in the economic and social spheres?

Read Here – The National Interest

Pakistan’s Afghan Problem

It is an indicator of how peculiar the Pakistani psyche is that we have never truly reconciled to our geographical inheritance. Having insisted on carving out a country from the ruins of the British Raj, we then proceeded to engage ourselves in an unending quarrel with the folks next door, which in a strange way threw — and continues to throw — the whole project of Pakistani nationhood into doubt, writes Assim Sajjad Akhtar

Read Here – Dawn

China-U.S. Ties: The Missing Trust

A survey finds that there is low level of strategic trust between the United States and China, which could make bilateral relations more turbulent.

Read Here – Carnegie Endowment For International Peace

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