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ramazan577
01-16-2009, 11:00 AM
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Woodrow
01-16-2009, 04:27 PM
Good and Bad.

It is nice to see developing international relationships between countries. But, I suspect this is the first step in something bigger. It all may not be in the best interest of Pakistan.
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Woodrow
01-21-2009, 04:14 PM
To explain my above post further. China is a communist country and has shown little tolerance to Chinese Muslims in recent years.

I suspect there are factors at play besides a desire for friendship. Chins is fast becoming one of the world's largest users of petroleum and has very few resources. A key to China getting the oil it needs would be a pipeline through Afghanistan and from their either to Iran or Iraq and if that is not feasible to a seaport in Pakistan.

Once in place, what would china do to keep such a pipeline secure?
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Re.TiReD
01-21-2009, 04:17 PM
I havnt the time to read it all - apologies. But why Pak-China? Why not Pak-India or something?
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Tilmeez
01-22-2009, 05:29 AM
To explain my above post further. China is a communist country and has shown little tolerance to Chinese Muslims in recent years.

I suspect there are factors at play besides a desire for friendship. Chins is fast becoming one of the world's largest users of petroleum and has very few resources. A key to China getting the oil it needs would be a pipeline through Afghanistan and from their either to Iran or Iraq and if that is not feasible to a seaport in Pakistan.

Once in place, what would china do to keep such a pipeline secure?
*** Just sharing my understanding, with due respect, No Debate. ***

One thing is for sure it will take china a hundred years to come over there to protect her pipeline in these countries. China's nature is far different than that of USA.

Still shouldn't Pakistan consider this good as America has never given Pak any thing and taking continuously? In '71 War Pakistan broke into Two and one of the reasons was USA. Russia has given Pak with Steel industries specially. Where as China also has two way traffic with Pakistan.
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Woodrow
01-22-2009, 08:28 AM
Originally Posted by Tilmeez
*** Just sharing my understanding, with due respect, No Debate. ***

One thing is for sure it will take china a hundred years to come over there to protect her pipeline in these countries. China's nature is far different than that of USA.

Still shouldn't Pakistan consider this good as America has never given Pak any thing and taking continuously? In '71 War Pakistan broke into Two and one of the reasons was USA. Russia has given Pak with Steel industries specially. Where as China also has two way traffic with Pakistan.
It could be very good for Pakistan, but it can be a hazardous step. China is growing very rapidly in terms of industrialization and could very easily become the dominant world power very soon.

One of my favorite Chinese writers. Lin Yutang once wrote something to the effect that China has never had to conquer a nation, it assimilates them by them adapting to China and becoming Chinese. I wonder if these schools may have that thought in mind.

Pakistan is very valuable real estate to both Russia and China and both would love to control it. I suspect Americas biggest intrest is to keep it from becoming allied with either Russia or China as that would greatly increase the power of either by giving them a sea port and pipline capabilities to mid-east oil.
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Tilmeez
01-22-2009, 09:47 AM
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