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What Pakistan can Learn from China

What Pakistan can Learn from China

By Jahanzaib Naeem, Journalism Student at International Islamic University, Islamabad
Location Pakistan Pakistan

It seems like the time has come for Pakistan, keeping the insurgency in Balochistan in view, to learn a lesson from China. China’s western regions, due to being situated at a long distance from coast, were very backward and underdeveloped. They were almost deprived of many resources. This underdevelopment, backwardness and sense of deprivation caused the emergence of a rebellion revolution among the people of the western regions of China. Several revolutionary groups and anti-government […]

December 25, 2014 · 1 comment · Business, China, Economics, Pakistan
The Tragic Status of IDPs in Balochistan

The Tragic Status of IDPs in Balochistan

By Jahanzaib Naeem, Journalism Student at International Islamic University, Islamabad
Location Pakistan Pakistan

Conflict in Balochistan has forced thousands to flee; however the government refuses to officially declare them as Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). Thousands of people have reportedly fled their homes in the Kech, Punjgur, and Awaran region of insurgency-marred Balochistan since conflict between security forces and insurgents took a turn for the worse. However there is no official figure of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) since the government has not declared them as IDPs, but it […]

December 18, 2014 · 0 comments · Pakistan, Politics, South Asia