PAK-CHINA RELATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Majid Ali Noonari, Imran Ali Noonari

Abstract


The relations between both China and Pakistan have been established in the 1950s and since then have been strengthened from time to time. China and Pakistan have collaborated in all the fields from common goods to the defense equipments such as JF-17 Thunder fighter jet projects. The 1974 Peaceful Nuclear Explosion by the Indian government has made Pakistan realized that they also need the nuclear weapon to balance the power with the India, and China since then has stood with Pakistan  and it is assumed that China is the main architect of the Pakistan’s nuclear weapons. Today China is the largest investor in Pakistan and US sees it a great threat as China is looking to the Pakistan as an allied state which will help it in future against its enemies.

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