September, 2015

Unplugging terrorism via deradicalization

Unplugging terrorism via deradicalization

On the eve of Haj, Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz said the terrorists have gone astray and are destroying the image of Islam. He cautioned the Muslims about the menace of terrorists using the religion’s name while sabotaging peace. He urged Muslims to strive for spreading the real message of Islam— peace, love and […]

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!اب نیپال ۔۔ بھارتی نشانے پر

!اب نیپال ۔۔ بھارتی نشانے پر

اس کھلے راز سے ہر کوئی آگاہ ہے کہ جنوبی ایشیاء میں بھارت خود کو منی سُپر پاور سمجھتا ہے اور یہی وجہ ہے کہ اس کے توسیع پسندانہ عزائم اور بالا دستی کی خواہش کے نتیجے میں اپنے سبھی پڑوسی ملکوں کے ساتھ اس کے تعلقات زیادہ تر کشیدگی پر مبنی رہے ہیں ۔ […]

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IPRI Newsletter August 2015

IPRI Newsletter August 2015

IPRI Newsletter for the Month of August 2015 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI Newsletter August 2015

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Post Event Report “Security and Cyber Warfare: Implications and Challenges”

Dr. Tughral Yamin, Associate Dean, NUST Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, delivered a lecture on “Security and Cyber Warfare: Implications and Challenges” on August 11, 2015, at IPRI. Dr. Tughral Yamin defined the concept of National Security and said that the government was responsible to protect the state and its citizens against all kinds […]

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Resetting Afghan peace process!

Resetting Afghan peace process!

As nation mourns the loss of precious lives in a cowardly terrorist attack on a PAF residential camp at Badaber, preliminary findings reveal trails of attack leading to Afghanistan. Apparently attack was planned, controlled and executed from Afghanistan. Islamabad is contemplating to present hard evidence to Kabul in this context. Pakistan will convey to Afghanistan […]

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Regional Peace

Regional Peace

  India-Pakistan peace talks have been cancelled. Indian reluctance to include Kashmir in the talks and the “precondition” that the Pakistani side would not consult the Kashmiri leadership were the reasons for the cancellation. Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said that India would only discuss terrorism-related issues. India’s logic to avoid discussing Kashmir with Islamabad […]

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Post Event-Report: “Balochistan Unrest and its Possible Solutions”

Post Event-Report: “Balochistan Unrest and its Possible Solutions”

Professor Dr. Masoom Yasinzai, Rector International Islamic University, Islamabad delivered a lecture on “Balochistan unrest and its possible solutions” on August 7, 2015 at IPRI Conference Hall. Referring to the current situation in Balochistan he said that the Balochistan of 2015 was far better than the Balochistan of 2013. The federal government had taken certain […]

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A significant visit

A significant visit

Pakistan is really proud of having very deep and all weather strategic and economic relations with China as a rising major economic and military world power. According to Focus Economics, economic Forecasts by the world’s Leading Economists, China’s economy has experienced astonishing growth in the last few decades that catapulted the country to become the […]

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