ISI worries about protecting Chinese investments in troubled Balochistan

With the presence of secessionist factions, the Pakistani Taliban branch and the local affiliate of Islamic State, the province of Balochistan, where China is carrying out a number of major projects, has become increasingly unstable. The intelligence services are obliged to act to allay Chinese fears but have, so far, had little success. [...]
Published on 23.02.2022 at 06:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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