China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Perspective from Pakistan

  title={China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Perspective from Pakistan},
  author={Muhammad Samrez Salik},
  journal={Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies},
  pages={142 - 154}
  • Muhammad Samrez Salik
  • Published 3 April 2018
  • Economics, Political Science
  • Asian Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
Abstract The framework of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC envisions an intrinsic regional development goal. It promises connectivity across the length and breadth of the region and its periphery, together with achieving an economically strengthened neighborhood. It is this compulsion that merits deliberations on the strength of Pak-China relations and their impact on the phenomenal CPEC vision. The idea rests on the notion of China’s newer role in the evolving geostrategic and geo… 
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