Exploring Relations Media Agenda on China Pakistan Economic Corridor in Gilgit-Baltistan
The rapid progress of China and its role in the international market give unique status to the country in the international market. China wants to maintain this status, for this purpose the country initiated OBOR, this project is one of the big projects of the modern era. The main theme of framing is to draw attention to certain news or object. The findings of this study agreed with the findings of Yousaf and Ahmad (2018), which the Leading press of both countries framing positively about the news stories of CPEC. Gilgit-Baltistan has some concerns about CPEC. It is needed to resolve these reservations.
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