Since 1963, Sino-Pakistan relations have continued to demonstrate, with a remarkable degree of consistency, an enviable cordiality. Despite the dramatic changes in the international and regional environments in the post-Cold War world, Sino-Pakistan relations have not registered any major setbacks. Frequent assertions of mutual trust and confidence, coupled with the convergence of national interests and regional views, seem to have facilitated this positive growth. Despite differences in their political systems, and some differences in their foreign policy agendas, bilateral relations have continued to prosper over the years.