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Anup Kumar and Holli A. Semetko examine how "ordinary people" can use methods of communication that transcend borders to make progress in the India-Pakistan conflict.

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This video interview recounts a U.S. State Department-led collaboration between two chefs—one American, one Pakistani—that resulted in a miniseries for a popular Pakistani TV food network.

Writing from Islamabad, Rob Ashgar comments on how the new U.S. policy towards Pakistan could drive it to closer ties with China.

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This project will aim to increase understanding of the various dimensions of China’s unprecedented public diplomacy in Pakistan, which has gained new momentum since the commencement of Beijing’s US $62 billion investment in Pakistan under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

Muhammad Ittefaq explores China's economic diplomacy in Pakistan and how it impacts their relationship.

Tensions between India and Pakistan played a significant role at the latest UN General Assembly, according to Muhammad Ittefaq.

According to Twiplomacy Study 2017, 92 percent of UN member states including government heads and foreign ministers are present on Twitter, and 88 percent are present on Facebook. Therefore, countries such as Pakistan that do not yet have a centralized social media policy to communicate with the foreign public, face the need to develop digital diplomacy platforms.

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