Tag Archives: FATF

How is China Influencing Pakistan’s Reset?

Did the advice of Chinese President to Pakistan’s army chief set in motion an unusual Sino-Pak synergy of thought and action and simply reset Pakistan’s strategic, political and economic outlook?

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FATF Action Plan Implementation Urgently Requires a ‘Coordinator’

FATF review offers Pakistan a historic chance to demonstrate to the world that it has indeed turned the page to move from a security to a normal state.

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Pakistan: Serious Disconnect in Policy and Practice

Pakistan has an uphill task ahead until late September to stand up to the challenges and avoid being blacklisted. All members of the Indo-Pacific rim led by India and the US are working overtime to push Pakistan to the blacklist.

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US is Watching Pakistan’s Nuclear Arsenal

Islamabad and Rawalpindi have formidable tasks ahead; finding a balance between safeguarding “national interests” on the one hand, and addressing the “primary priorities” of Washington vis-a-vis Pakistan, on the other.

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London Anti-Corruption Summit 2016

Unless more pressure is applied to embrace full transparency in adopting a public central register of companies, including tax havens, the corruption and tax dodging exposed by the Panama Leaks, representing only 2% of the offshore companies registered in Panama, will continue undisturbed.

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Pakistan: Targeting Illegal Money

Those having the power in Pakistan to correct things must not sit on the Constitutional fence anymore, they either face up to their moral obligations or gracefully give way to others who can.

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