EVENT: Impacts of The China Pakistan Economic Corridor
Impacts of The China Pakistan Economic Corridor
The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the first and most significant stage of China’s ambitious ‘One Belt One Road’ program that is set to re-draw the political and economic geography of South and Central Asia. As this project enters its implementation phase, its far-reaching impacts not just on Pakistan’s development, political economy and internal security, but also on regional and foreign policy dynamics are being felt strongly. However, while there is considerable enthusiasm in Pakistan about the CPEC, there are also a broad range of concerns that arise out of the proposed development.
It is in this context that this Panel Discussion brings together Pakistani scholars working on diverse aspects of CPEC and its wider ramifications for the region and rule of law.
• Muhammad Amir Rana, Director of Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS),
• Moeen Cheema, Senior Lecturer at the ANU College of Law
• Nayab Gohar Jan, Community Support Concern, Pakistan
Professor Samina Yasmeen, Director, Centre for Muslims States and Societies, The University of Western Australia
The panel discussion is being hosted as a CMSS Pakistan Academic Network event in collaboration with Australia Award Fellowships, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Australian National University's College of Law.
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Fri, 20 Apr 2018 09:00
Fri, 20 Apr 2018 12:30
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