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Syed Basim Raza


Consultant

Areas of Research:

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Central Asian Politics, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, ECO, Pakistan Azerbaijan Relations

Syed Basim Raza is serving as a Consultant at the China Pakistan Study Centre, ISSI. His areas of interest include
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Central Asian Politics, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, ECO, Pakistan Azerbaijan Relations.
He has previously worked as a Research Associate at Center of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR). He has also worked as an editor of the Melange magazine of international political and business affairs.
Mr Raza graduated from NUML University Islamabad with distinction and is currently an MPhil Scholar at National Defense University (NDU).

Issue Brief on “SCO Astana Summit 2024: Key Outcomes”

The 24th Summit of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (CHS-SCO), held in Astana on 3-4 July 2024, focused...

Issue Brief on “Upcoming Astana Summit 2024: Charting a New Course for Regional Cooperation”

Amidst the changing global strategic dynamics, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) members continue their efforts to forge closer ties and boost collaboration within the...

Issue Brief on “Imperatives and Implications of Accelerating CPEC Phase-II”

Recent advancements in China Pakistan Economic Corridor's Phase-II reflect a major progression in China-Pakistan bilateral cooperation. In recent meetings and public appearances, Chinese diplomats...

Issue Brief on “Wings of Prosperity: The Significance of new China-Pakistan Air Cargo Route”

The inauguration of the China-Pakistan Air Cargo Route between Ezhou Huahu Airport in Central Chinese Hubei province and Lahore marks a significant milestone in...

Issue Brief on “From Vision to Reality: A Decade of China’s Global Community of...

The Chinese vision for a global community of shared future is entrenched in the idea of building cooperation, mutual development, and peaceful coexistence among...

Issue Brief on “Competition or Engagement? Assessing the Significance of U.S. Secretary Blinken’s Visit...

Given the current global landscape and its changing dynamics, U.S.-China engagement holds huge significance. The relationship between the two major powers carries significant implications...