Comments on: Can China help stabilise Pakistan? http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/ Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: fifa 15 coins xbox http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-53271 Thu, 25 Sep 2014 18:23:49 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-53271 Aw, this became quite a excellent publish. In theory Let me produce like this furthermore getting moment and also actual effort to manufacture a beneficial post… nevertheless what can When i state… My spouse and i procrastinate much and don’t seem to find something carried out.

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By: Administrator http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-28457 Tue, 27 Apr 2010 17:52:30 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-28457 China is great, I am a Chinese men, I support.But we are happy and the world to make friends with other people.We can provide the products you like.

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By: pcasinelli http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27592 Thu, 11 Feb 2010 17:40:11 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27592 Can it really be said that China benefits from instability in the region? It is more accurate that Chine benefits from competition in the region, so that India diverts resources away from the Southern Chinese border. In fact, instability of the Pakistani regime would spell disaster for China: the fall of Pakistan would leave a power vacuum that would leave India unchallenged in South Asia and, if the unrest spilled over to Afghanistan, would cause much of China’s western border to become unstable. Both of these outcomes would require the diversion of resources and the deployment of Chinese military forces on those borders. Of course, when tensions are heightened and troops stare at each other from across borders, it is very likely that small mistakes and miscommunications can lead to serious consequences. Seeing as China, India, and Pakistan are all nuclear powers, we had better hope that stability reigns in South Asia. For more analysis of China, India, and Pakistan, see this article: http://www.philosoguy.com/111/india-and- china-and-pakistan/

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By: mdspatsy http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27171 Thu, 24 Dec 2009 18:48:08 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27171 Dear Author,
Very good briefings, good analytical studies on this subject.
From so many decades, China has been helping,giving more aid and more co-operation on many infrastructure activities to Pakistan.
Whenever, any border conflicts between India and Pakistan happened, China always used to support Pakistan in many ways.
The recent some border disputes between China and India, now that is not a main concern to India,except here and there some news from mass medias,some press briefings by Indian main opposition parties for gaining some mileage,but,no serious differences on approach to India and China had in air.
Pakistan,India!s neighboring border country,subjects of conflicts, some bad,untoward incidents in borders, some alleged roles in India!s national affairs,India had tackled with high caliber and with wonderful ideas.
Pakistan also gets lot of aids in many forms from America,and from Arab nations.
Obama!s worries on Pakistan!s internal tensions, some terrorist involvement in Pakistan and in Afghanistan.
Because of good rapport with Pakistan and China, Mr.Obama expects some influence from China to reduce and stop militant scenes from Pakistan,Indian borders and some tactical help from China and it may lead to good results in neighboring countries of India,Pakistan and in Nepal.
Good move,good thinking from American President for using her influences for longer positive results.
But,we have to wait and see what will be the effect for entire world.

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By: RajeevK http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27076 Tue, 15 Dec 2009 15:02:23 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27076 @But Chinese antipathy to interference in other countries’ affairs, a divergence of views on exactly what needs to happen in Pakistan, and China-India rivalry all limit how far Beijing can be roped into helping on Pakistan.”
–Myra

Myra/Rexminor/Dara:

I agree with Dara that China has interfered in India. In addition to Dara’s examples, normally secretive China recently has been issuing paper visas to Kashmiris in India to which India has reacted.

Somehow there is a misperception that China does not interfere in other countries’ affairs—unless the bar is the US.

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By: rexminor http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27074 Tue, 15 Dec 2009 14:11:17 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27074 If I was wearing a pair of chinese shoes purchased from a shop in Detroit and then kick a japanese, would you blame the chinese, the shopkeeper or me? Similarly if the Pushtoons purchase Chinese made Klashnikovs from the Iranians to defend themselves against the Russion forces in Afghanistan, would you blame the Pushtoons, the Russians or the Chinese?
These are not my comments but those of other bloggers and I was impressed.

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By: DaraIndia http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27068 Tue, 15 Dec 2009 05:04:57 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27068 China doesn’t intefere in the internal politics of others specially its neighbours?

How and from where do Chinese arms surface in the hands of Naxalites, Nepali Maoists, and even the Taliban? The worst kept secret was of the Chinese providing US funded arms, to the Taliban and Jehadis in Pakistan during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. There are no saints in the international arena and no permanent friends.

Anyone who knows anything about Indian preferences will know that most Indian households, including fakirs, have for centuries considered stocking gold as the best investment.

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By: RajeevK http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27061 Mon, 14 Dec 2009 16:16:23 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27061 @We should also not forget that the Chinese have given a sizeable loan of one trillion dollars to the bankrupt USA and still keep dollars as a reserve currency, whereas the Indian Fakir has already started replacing US dollars with Gold.
– rexminor

Rexminor: This is global trend. China has also increased its Gold reserves.

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By: rexminor http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27054 Mon, 14 Dec 2009 09:39:34 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27054 It is futile to imagine about Chinese strategic interests from the American, Canadian or Indian’s point of view. One needs to study and understand the chinese culture first. The chinese do not regard themselves as victims like India does nor a bully which the successive anglo saxon Govts. have practiced, but simply do not interfere into the internal politics of foreign countries,least of all its neighbours!! We should also not forget that the Chinese have given a sizeable loan of one trillion dollars to the bankrupt USA and still keep dollars as a reserve currency, whereas the Indian Fakir has already started replacing US dollars with Gold.

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By: DaraIndia http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/12/11/can-china-help-stabilise-pakistan/comment-page-1/#comment-27047 Sun, 13 Dec 2009 14:12:15 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=4322#comment-27047 I tend to agree with Rajeev’s views about China being less than enthusiastic about actively engaging in Pakistan. It is fairly confident of the fact that with its existing relationship with Pakistan, it is best able to look after its interests most satisfactorily and would not like to rock the boat.
The US to-day is fairly unpopular within Pakistan, China would be hesitant to be seen as playing any role in Pakistan at US behest.
Moreover, though it does play hot and cold with India, it is also sensitive to the fact that its role in the region will not be seen by Indians as that of an honest broker. While accepting the view that its relations with Pakistan and stability in that country would boost its economy even more, I think China knows that India itself is a huge market for its cheap products and that trade between the two is rapidly increasing . It would not like to jeopardise that economic benefit lightly.

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