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“China in Balochistan: CPEC and the Shifting Security Landscape of Pakistan”


Baker Center Graduate Research Fellow and PhD Candidate in Political Science Harrison Akins examines Chinese investment in Pakistan’s rural province of Balochistan in his latest Policy Brief “China in Balochistan: CPEC and the Shifting Security Landscape of Pakistan.” This brief places the on-going development of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in the context of Balochistan’s history of rebellion against the Pakistani state and its impact on the underlying drivers of conflict in the region.

To read the entire policy brief please click the linkĀ here.


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