Announcements

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 &  National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

  Islamabad Policy Research Institute is going to organize a symposium on the “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register” on 27 January 2020. For details email: ipripak@ipripak.org

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Margalla Dialogue’19

Margalla Dialogue’19

Margalla Dialogue’19 The Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) plans to launch a new initiative called the Margalla Dialogue. The Dialogue distinguishes itself in its objectives, composition and content from the conventional academic conferences being held each year in Pakistan. Unlike these academic-oriented conferences, the Dialogue primarily aims to invite top policy makers, multifarious leading experts, […]

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Guest Lecture by Ambassador (Retd.) Riaz Mohammad Khan

Guest Lecture by Ambassador (Retd.) Riaz Mohammad Khan

For Pakistan, it is better and safer to interact with Afghanistan on the basis of established state-to-state norms because this is a relationship from which we cannot insulate ourselves nor simply push aside. There are few examples in the world where 50,000 people cross a border, unrecognized by one side, on a daily basis without […]

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Newspaper Articles

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 &  National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

  Islamabad Policy Research Institute is going to organize a symposium on the “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register” on 27 January 2020. For details email: ipripak@ipripak.org

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Kartarpur Corridor

Kartarpur Corridor

  “Gurcharan Singh, a 75 years old was happy to visit the Sikh temple in the Pakistani village of Kartarpur. “Pakistan and India have a “protocol on visits to Religious Shrines” signed back in 1974, the protocol allows the citizens of both countries to visit the religious sites in each others countries. The recent development […]

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Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Research Articles  Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan Dr Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz & Dr Zachary Alexander Smith Citation: Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz and Zachary Alexander Smith, “Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan,” IPRI Journal XIX, no. 2 (2019): 1-34, https://doi.org/10.31945/iprij.190201. Article Preview           Full Article                        […]

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IPRI Journal

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 &  National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

  Islamabad Policy Research Institute is going to organize a symposium on the “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register” on 27 January 2020. For details email: ipripak@ipripak.org

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Kartarpur Corridor

Kartarpur Corridor

  “Gurcharan Singh, a 75 years old was happy to visit the Sikh temple in the Pakistani village of Kartarpur. “Pakistan and India have a “protocol on visits to Religious Shrines” signed back in 1974, the protocol allows the citizens of both countries to visit the religious sites in each others countries. The recent development […]

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Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Research Articles  Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan Dr Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz & Dr Zachary Alexander Smith Citation: Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz and Zachary Alexander Smith, “Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan,” IPRI Journal XIX, no. 2 (2019): 1-34, https://doi.org/10.31945/iprij.190201. Article Preview           Full Article                        […]

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JoCA

Journal of Current Affairs Vol. 3, No. 2

Journal of Current Affairs Vol. 3, No. 2

  Research Papers 1. Addressing Challenges of Multiculturalism through Peace Education in Pakistan Fizza Mumtaz 2. Internet Governance and Pakistan’sDigital Economy Usama Nizamani 3. Discourse on Nuclear Weapons post-9/11 and Rogue States Narrative Umar Farooq Khan 4. Kurdistan’s Attempted Secession from Iraq: Major Powers’ Responses and Regional Implications Khurram Abbas Book Reviews 1.Bruno Maçães, Dawn […]

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Journal of Current Affairs Vol. 3, No. 1, 2018

Journal of Current Affairs Vol. 3, No. 1, 2018

Research Papers 1. Political Role of Israel in the Middle East: History, Evolution and Contemporary Period Sajid Aziz                                                                              […]

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Journal of Current Affairs Vol. 2, No. 2, 2018

Journal of Current Affairs Vol. 2, No. 2, 2018

  Research Papers The Rohingya Crisis: Impact and Consequences for South Asia            Didier Chaudet                                                                            […]

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Books

IRRITANTS IN PAKISTAN-US RELATIONS: WAY FORWARD

IRRITANTS IN PAKISTAN-US RELATIONS: WAY FORWARD

Irritants in Pakistan-US Relations: Way Forward Pakistan would seem to be a natural partner for the United States. But as Pakistani diplomats and scholars assert in this new volume, the relationship between the two countries has underperformed its potential. They argue that the time has come to ‘reset’ ties and work on a state-to-state relationship […]

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Book Review – “The Tragedy of US Foreign Policy How America’s Civil Religion Betrayed the National Interest”

Book Review – “The Tragedy of US Foreign Policy How America’s Civil Religion Betrayed the National Interest”

Source The book “The Tragedy of US Foreign Policy How America’s Civil Religion Betrayed the National Interest” is written by Walter A. McDougall. McDougall is the Professor of History and International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania. He has authored numerous books, including the famous 1986 Pulitzer Prize winner “The Heaven and the Earth: A […]

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Regional Dynamics and Strategic Concerns in South Asia

Regional Dynamics and Strategic Concerns in South Asia

“South Asia is the region where tidal waves of geostrategy and geoeconomics collide.”     –        General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, NI (M) Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), Joint Staff Headquarters, Pakistan South Asia, the fulcrum of geoeconomic cross currents, is now the emerging centre of power in a political universe […]

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IPRI Paper (Monograph Series)

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 &  National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

  Islamabad Policy Research Institute is going to organize a symposium on the “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register” on 27 January 2020. For details email: ipripak@ipripak.org

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Kartarpur Corridor

Kartarpur Corridor

  “Gurcharan Singh, a 75 years old was happy to visit the Sikh temple in the Pakistani village of Kartarpur. “Pakistan and India have a “protocol on visits to Religious Shrines” signed back in 1974, the protocol allows the citizens of both countries to visit the religious sites in each others countries. The recent development […]

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Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Research Articles  Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan Dr Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz & Dr Zachary Alexander Smith Citation: Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz and Zachary Alexander Smith, “Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan,” IPRI Journal XIX, no. 2 (2019): 1-34, https://doi.org/10.31945/iprij.190201. Article Preview           Full Article                        […]

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IPRI UPDATE

IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.9

IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.9

IPRI UPDATE for the Month of September 2019 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI Update September 2019

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IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.8

IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.8

IPRI UPDATE for the Month of August 2019 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI Update August 2019

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IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.7

IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.7

IPRI UPDATE for the Month of July 2019 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI Update July 2019

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IPRI Review

Macro and Micro Dividends of CPEC: Efforts of Regional and International Players to Disrupt the Development in the Region, its Ramifications and Rectifications

Macro and Micro Dividends of CPEC: Efforts of Regional and International Players to Disrupt the Development in the Region, its Ramifications and Rectifications

Introduction: The relationship between China and Pakistan can be best described as promising, flourishing and turning out to be a success story by meeting all the requirements of changing situations. Over the years, this unique friendship has transformed into a strong strategic partnership aspiring to have robust economic cooperation and increasing people to people contacts. […]

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SCO and Regional Security

SCO and Regional Security

  Introduction An IPRI Review meeting on “SCO and Regional Security” was held at IPRI conference hall on August 8, 2016. In the prevalent era of globalization, a number of regional organizations have emerged on world stage. These organizations have become multifunctional pursuing security and economic goals. States through these regional platforms are trying to […]

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Completion of CPEC: Impact on Pakistan’s Strategic Position and Economy

Completion of CPEC: Impact on Pakistan’s Strategic Position and Economy

Introduction An IPRI Review meeting on “Completion of CPEC: Impact on Pakistan’s Strategic Position and Economy” was held at IPRI conference hall on April 26, 2016. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), linking Gwadar to China’s Western city of Kashgar was viewed optimistically. It was reiterated that CPEC would generate economic activity, open vistas and opportunities for […]

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Articles in Urdu Newspapers

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 &  National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan

  Islamabad Policy Research Institute is going to organize a symposium on the “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register” on 27 January 2020. For details email: ipripak@ipripak.org

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Kartarpur Corridor

Kartarpur Corridor

  “Gurcharan Singh, a 75 years old was happy to visit the Sikh temple in the Pakistani village of Kartarpur. “Pakistan and India have a “protocol on visits to Religious Shrines” signed back in 1974, the protocol allows the citizens of both countries to visit the religious sites in each others countries. The recent development […]

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Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Summer 2019, Volume XIX, Number 2

Research Articles  Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan Dr Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz & Dr Zachary Alexander Smith Citation: Muhammad Zubair Mumtaz and Zachary Alexander Smith, “Green Finance for Sustainable Development in Pakistan,” IPRI Journal XIX, no. 2 (2019): 1-34, https://doi.org/10.31945/iprij.190201. Article Preview           Full Article                        […]

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