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Balochistan: Emerging Hub of Development and Connectivity

Balochistan, located on the intersection of the Middle East, Central Asia, and South Asia, has the potential of becoming a regional hub for trade in goods and energy with its strategic location making it pivotal both for the East-West and North-South trade routes.

Brexit: The End of the Sino-British “Golden Era”?

The United Kingdom has officially notified the European Union that it is leaving on 29 March. What are the implications of Brexit for the relationship between the UK and one of the largest economies in the world, China? Could Brexit bring the end of the new Sino-British “special relationship”?

Beyond Fake News: The Media in the Age of Post-Truth Politics

The two key events of 2016 – Brexit and the election of Donald Trump – signal a dark moment for the press, leaving many around the world deeply alarmed. The rise of fake news, attacks on the media by the administration of Donald Trump, have created a uniquely perilous time for journalism.

Seoul Between Beijing and Washington: South Korea’s Strategic Dilemma

In the 21st century, Korea is a caught between a "Rising China" and a "Long Time Ally", the United States. Seoul’s main foreign policy priority is to find a balance between security interests and economic interests and s how to manage these two vital relationships with great powers in harmony.



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