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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 3712-3724

Implications Of The ‘Belt And Road Initiative (Bri)’ For Foreign Policy Of Pakistan

Noreen Parvez, Dr. Sajjad Ali Khan, Dr. Abdul Shakoor, Urfi Muhammad, Dr. Ahmad Ali, Salman Ahmad.


Belt and Road Initiative is a mega project of China’s ever growing economic expansion in the region with CPEC as its flagship project. While investing a huge amount for the reconstruction of ancient silk rout and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, China is not only providing routs for global trade by connecting three continents, but also rising peacefully to a global power. Tilting the world to multi polar system, the BRI has great impacts for international relations. This paper is analyzing the impacts of BRI on Pakistan’s foreign policy and its position in the region. For this purpose qualitative method has been used. Qualitative data regarding BRI and CPEC has been collected form newspapers, journals articles and internet and analyzed in the light of TV and newspapers interviews of Chinese and Pakistani government representatives. It is concluded that BRI has important implications upon Pakistan’s relations with other countries especially USA, India, Russia and Turkey and that such implications have positive change for Pakistan with regard to its economy, security and politics.

Key words: BRI; Foreign Investment; China; Pakistan, Foreign Policy

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