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role along the ancient Silk Road and its natural geographic advantages. Sharing a border with Pakistan, Chinese companies are already actively building hydro, wind and solar projects in Pakistan under the framework of the so-called “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor” valued at us $45 billion ( Haugwitz

In: Sociology of Islam

’s chronic energy shortages, an issue critical to many Pakistanis (Shah 2015 ). The new pipeline also will connect Iran’s gas fields to Gwadar, the Chinese-built port in Western Pakistan, and serve as the first stage of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( cpec )—a $46 billion 3218 km (2000 mile) economic

In: Sociology of Islam

incorporate and/or connect with multiple distinct transportation corridors such as the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the decades-old United Nations Economic and Social Commission Trans-Asia Railway that connects Kunming to Thailand, China-Bangkok-Laos and Kunming-Vietnam-Cambodia, the Mekong River

In: African and Asian Studies