April, 2015

Balochistan needs careful handling

Balochistan needs careful handling

A lot has been written about government intervention to stop a discussion in one of the private sector universities about situation in Balochistan. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan said in a statement issued on April 17: “It is extremely unfortunate and highly condemnable that the discussion on Balochistan scheduled for April 9, under the […]

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مقبوضہ کشمیر ۔۔۔ آزادی کی نئی لہر

مقبوضہ کشمیر ۔۔۔ آزادی کی نئی لہر

بھارتی حکمرانوں کے لئے اسے فطرت کی جانب سے ایک وارننگ ہی سمجھا جا سکتا ہے کہ ان کی تمام تر احتیاط اور شاطرانہ چالوں کے باوجود عالمی اور علاقائی سطح پر کشمیر کا تنازعہ ہر آنے والے دن کے ساتھ اہمیت اختیا ر کرتا جا رہا ہے ۔ اسی پس منظر میں پندرہ اپریل […]

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New Hopes, New Promises

New Hopes, New Promises

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena’s visit to Pakistan has undoubtedly given a new dimension to bilateral relations between the two countries in view of the fact that they have agreed to enhance cooperation in disaster management, sports, shipping, socio-economic development, education and narcotics control. Bilateral trade between Pakistan and Sri Lanka has increased to the […]

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Post-Event Report : Visit of Mr Ogawa, Second Secretary of Japanese Embassy

Post-Event Report : Visit of Mr Ogawa, Second Secretary of Japanese Embassy

                                    Guest: Mr. Yoshitaka Ogawa, Second Secretary (Political officer) at Embassy of Japan in Islamic Republic of Pakistan Visit Organized by: IPRI Date of Event and Venue: 28th November, 2014 at IPRI Conference Hall. Salient Points of the […]

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Winter 2015, Volume XV, Number 1

Winter 2015, Volume XV, Number 1

Research Articles Future of War and Strategy: Indo-Pak Dynamics Brig Najeeb Ahmad Transnational ideologies have helped to franchise war among the disenfranchised. Najeeb Ahmad discusses the Indo-Pak dynamics of this scenario which has muddled war strategy and driven the ends of power to fuzzy domains. Countering the Hegemon: Pakistan’s Strategic Response Dr. Zulfqar Khan Zulfqar […]

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Pakistan-Myanmar Trade Ties: Likely Prospects

Pakistan-Myanmar Trade Ties: Likely Prospects

  Myanmar is a Southeast Asian country. Oil and natural gas dominate Myanmar’s exports. Myanmar is the lead country in agriculture and energy sectors in the regional grouping – BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation). Myanmar’s main trading partners are China, India, Japan, Indonesia, Germany and Hong-Kong. Pakistan launched […]

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Tackling Nigeria’s Boko Haram

Tackling Nigeria’s Boko Haram

                                                                       Boko Haram is a terrorist group based and active in north-east Nigeria. It also operates in areas of Chad, Cameroon […]

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جلیا نوالہ سے سانحہ تربت تک ۔۔۔۔۔

جلیا نوالہ سے سانحہ تربت تک ۔۔۔۔۔

تیرہ اپریل 1919 کو سانحہ جلیانوالہ باغ پیش آیا ۔ جس میں برطانوی حکومت کے اعداد و شمار کے مطابق 400 افراد جبکہ غیر سرکاری ذرائع کے مطابق ساڑھے تیرہ سو لوگ جان کی بازی ہار گئے ۔ یہ اپنی نوعیت کی ایسی سفاکی تھی جسے آج بھی یاد کر کے رونگٹے کھڑے ہو جاتے […]

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