...We turn them against each other. Right now, China's unending support of Pakistan comes from two primary concerns: keeping India engaged to prevent it from being a meaningful rival, and securing an energy corridor which doesn't rely on our IN's mercy in Molucca straits. It is a coincidence, that Sinkiang, the most troubled region of China borders Pakistani Kashmir. It is also not a coincidence, that many of the Uighur troublemakers seek refuge in Gilgit-Baltistan. China is probably aware of this. However, China is right now doing a cost analysis of Internal insurgency vs. external strategic requirements, and have figured out that the cost of pak-origin insurgency in Sinkiang is worth the Gwadar corridor and India distraction that Pak provides China. What we have to do is make that cost too high for China to sustain. Any ideas?