January, 2016

Modi’s Symbolic Visit to Pakistan

Modi’s Symbolic Visit to Pakistan

Cooperation between India and Pakistan as major countries of South Asia entails lot of opportunities for regional prosperity and stability. One of the important imperatives of regional security lies in their better relations that in return will uplift socio-economic development of the people of the region. Dr. Stephen P Cohen, a Senior Fellow at the […]

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IPRI Newsletter December 2015

IPRI Newsletter December 2015

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

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CPEC — A GAME CHANGER

CPEC — A GAME CHANGER

CHINA-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the leading project of China’s ambitious vision for a modern reconstruction of the Silk Road. The development will offer a glimpse into how China plans to realize the Belt and Road Initiative, while success will boost confidence of countries and regions along the routes. For regional development, the network will […]

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ASIA-PACIFIC’S POLITICS & PAKISTAN

ASIA-PACIFIC’S POLITICS & PAKISTAN

ASIA-Pacific is vast, in terms of geography and population. It covers a total land area of 21 million square kilometres; has a population of 4.4 billion or 60 per cent of the world population; and GDP of more than US $40 trillion. The Asia-Pacific economies are heterogeneous. These are emerging markets and experiencing rapid economic […]

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IPRI BOG Meeting

IPRI BOG Meeting

IPRI Board of Governors Meeting

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Terrorism may be defused by unconventional and humane approaches

Terrorism may be defused by unconventional and humane approaches

Tough measures alone are not enough to deal with the threat of terror. Counter-terrorism policies must also include psychological measures designed to lure people away from terror groups. “Soft power” inventiveness is needed to develop more humane methods. An example of this are the Disengagement, De-radicalization and Rehabilitation (DDR) programs in Pakistan. Today, Pakistan is […]

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‘HEART OF ASIA 2015’

‘HEART OF ASIA 2015’

AS the end of the drawdown of international forces approaches in Afghanistan, concerns are mounting about its potential impact on regional stability. Afghanistan is at the threshold of the transformation decade. There is well-placed optimism in the air that ensuring the success of political, security and economic transition is critically important to preserve this precious moment of hope. In this regard, Pakistan […]

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Ukrainian Crisis and the Resurgence of Russia

Ukrainian Crisis and the Resurgence of Russia

Ms. Aymen Ijaz, Assistant Research Officer IPRI, gave a presentation to IPRI scholars on the topic,“Ukrainian Crisis and the Resurgence of Russia”, on December 23rd, 2015 at IPRI Conference Hall.   Introduction The Ukrainian Crisis was a political crisis that emerged in Ukraine in early 2014. The crisis had changed the geopolitical dynamics of the […]

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