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Pakistan-China Strategic Relationship: A Glorious Journey of 55 Years

@inproceedings{Javaid2015PakistanChinaSR,
  title={Pakistan-China Strategic Relationship: A Glorious Journey of 55 Years},
  author={Umbreen Javaid and Asifa Jahangir},
  year={2015}
}
Pakistan-China strategic relationship is an epitome of enduring friendship, regardless of different belief systems and cultures. Both countries have taken thousands of steps to further their relationship into a strategic partnership based on shared values and interests as there is a famous Chinese saying, “the journey of thousand miles begins with a single step”. The very first step to develop this friendship was taken way back in 1950, when Pakistan recognized China as an independent state… 

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