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The Precarious Housing Situation in Pakistan

By Hina Shaikh With the highest rate of urbanisation in South Asia, access to affordable housing has become a key issue for Pakistan’s lower and...

China’s “South Asia challenge” for the Belt and Road Initiative

By Antara Ghosal Singh South Asia is integral to China’s Belt and Road vision. As an intersection point between the proposed “Silk Road Economic Belt” and...

Two Attacks — Multiple Consequences

Spearhead Analysis – 18.02.2019 On February 13 an attack on a bus carrying Iranian Revolutionary Guards IRG) personnel was attacked by a suicide bomber in Iran’s...

Pakistan’s “expanded” economic wings

By Yasmeen Aftab Ali Pakistan has finally decided to broaden her economic base by entering into various agreements with nations other than China and Saudi...

Winds of Change

Spearhead Analysis – 11.02.2019 The much awaited winds of change are finally being felt and the march to naya (new) Pakistan has begun. A Finance Bill...

“Naya Pakistan”: Come One, Come All, and See “New Pakistan” with...

By Andrew Korybko Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “Naya Pakistan” (“New Pakistan”) just passed legislation loosening the country’s previously difficult visa procedure to allow for most of...

Different Perspectives

Spearhead Analysis – 15.01.2019 Right now different perspectives exist on the state of the state of Pakistan. Basically there are two views and these are diametrically...

To ensure success of CPEC, empower Gilgit-Baltistan

Spearhead Analysis – 24.12.2018 By Fatima Ayub Research Analyst, Spearhead Research Historically, Gilgit-Baltistan was designated as part of the princely state of Kashmir, but over the course of almost...

PM Khan’s China Visit

Spearhead Analysis – 03.12.2018 By Shirin Naseer Senior Research Analyst, Spearhead Research In Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s October visit to the United States he urged the United States...

The forces needed to protect the Belt and Road

By David Brewster Last week’s attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi by Baluchi separatists underlines China’s growing vulnerabilities in connection with its Belt and...