Seems nobody knows what will happen in Afghanistan, many possibilities.
China needs to prevent a link-up with ETIM and Islamists in Afghanistan
Russia needs to safeguard its sphere of influence in C. Asia
India needs to prevent Afghanistan becoming a safe haven for Kashmiri militants
Chinese are extremely bad at counter-propaganda and should realise the best option is just to ignore these accusations instead of obsessing over them. CGTN is always talking about Uighurs as if they are over-compensating.
BF is more realistic than COD due to bullet drop and travel time but other than that it is just as arcade-y
Squad is probably the most realistic shooter at the moment. DCS if you want to flight sim (it even has the JF17 as a high fidelity aircraft in it)
China has good friends in the Jewish people, Jew Kissinger facilities their rise and the Jewish dominated administration of Clinton paved the way for China's control of world trade by letting them join the WTO
Pakistan shoots itself in the foot by not promoting it's indigenous pre-Islamic heritage in my opinion, such as the Indus Valley Civilization and also Gandhara.
I have noticed that out of all the Muslim countries, Pakistanis tend to be the most zealous in their activism whether it is related to...
Nationalism is a European innovation, the first nation states came into being in the 19th centuries in most cases anyway.
China is probably another case of a modern day country which claims a millennia old continuous civilisation.
The Home Office report was a complete white-wash and didn't even provide ethnic statistics for this problem, they didn't want to inflame tensions.
Also, the "computer virus"? This was invented way before Pakistan or any third world country even had the internet by DARPA.
9/11 was a big shock for sure. China also didn't bend over for the US like Japan did by signing a "Plaza Accords", there was a time when the US journalists would always be complaining about China's "currency manipulation" and demanding the revalue the Yuan.