Pakistan and China: cooperation in counter-terrorism

Khan, Rashid Ahmad
December 2012
Strategic Studies;Winter2012/Spring2013, Vol. 32/33 Issue 4/1, p70
Academic Journal
The article examines the strategic cooperation of China and Pakistan towards counter-terrorism. Topics discussed include joint military exercise to promote coordination between their armed forces, China's support to the war against militancy effort of Pakistan and regular consultations with various countries to prevent international terrorism. Also cited are the benefits of their relations which are based on trust and free from friction.


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