July, 2014

Foreign Propaganda won’t Shake Solidity of Sino-Pakistani Relations

Foreign Propaganda won’t Shake Solidity of Sino-Pakistani Relations

Pakistan and China enjoy a friendship which is based on trust, reciprocity, respect for each other and noninterference in each other’s internal affairs. It has been more than 63 years since diplomatic relations between the two countries were established. Over the period, the two brotherly countries proved that the relations between them have gone beyond […]

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بھارتی اشتعال انگیزی ،یو این مبصرین اور

بھارتی اشتعال انگیزی ،یو این مبصرین اور

ایک طرف دنیا بھر کے مسلمان عید الفطر کا تہوار منا رہے ہیں تو دوسری طرف غزہ ،کشمیر اور دنیا کے دیگر خطوں میں غاصب قوتیں مظلوم مسلمانوں پر بربریت اور سفاکی کا ہر حربہ آزما رہی ہے۔اسی پس منظر میں مبصرین نے کہا ہے کہ تقریباً ساری دنیا آگاہ ہے کہ اگست ۱۹۴۸ اور […]

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India belittles the UN

India belittles the UN

Recent decision of the Indian government to ask United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) to vacate its office in New Delhi has evoked severe criticism. “Closing down the UN observers’ office in New Delhi is a glaring example of growing arrogance and fascism in the behaviour and attitude of Indian rulers,” […]

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Militants’ ultimate defeat will ensure a prosperous united Pakistan

Militants’ ultimate defeat will ensure a prosperous united Pakistan

On June 15, authorities in Pakistan launched a full-fledged military operation, named “Zarb-e-Azb,” against foreign and local terrorists in the country. So far, more than 400 militants have been killed and 17 army personnel martyred. Several terrorist hideouts, bomb-making factories, training camps and other important installations have been destroyed. Pakistan has been fighting terrorism for […]

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Russian Scholar Mr. Peter Topychkanov’s Visit to IPRI on January 17, 2014

Russian Scholar Mr. Peter Topychkanov’s Visit to IPRI on January 17, 2014

Ambassador Sohail Amin, President Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), after welcoming the scholar and brief introduction of IPRI opened the floor for discussion. The visiting Russian scholar, Mr. Peter Topychkanov said there were good relations between Moscow and Islamabad in fields such as military cooperation. High Military officers from Pakistan have visited Russia in recent […]

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مودی سرکار کے پچاس دن ؟

مودی سرکار کے پچاس دن ؟

بھارتی حکومت نے دہلی میں تعینات جموں کشمیر کی بابت اقوامِ متحدہ کے مبصر مشن کا دفتر بند کر کے کہا ہے کہ چونکہ ۱۹۷۲ کے شملہ معاہدے میں دونوں حکومتوں نے کشمیر کے مسئلے کو دو طرفہ بنیاد پر حل کرنے پر اتفاق کیا تھا لہذا اب اس مسئلے میں اقوامِ متحدہ کے کردار […]

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Afghanistan: The last laugh

Afghanistan: The last laugh

It is interesting to guess as to who would have the last laugh in the falling apart political transition of Afghanistan: pay master John Kerry, over ambitious Abdullah, dark horse Ashraf Ghani, or  force in being the Taliban. In a fire fighting pursuit, John Kerry was able to work out a truce between Abdullah and […]

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National Conference

National Conference

Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) is organizing a National Conference on “Roadmap for Economic Growth of Pakistan” on 22-23, October 2014, at Marriott Hotel, Islamabad Click here for Readmore

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