November, 2016

Pak-Turkey: A New Chapter of Bilateral Ties

Pak-Turkey: A New Chapter of Bilateral Ties

  The recent two-day official visit of President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Pakistan would open a new chapter of friendship in Pakistan-Turkey relations. Both countries share deep religious, cultural and historical linkages and cordial relations since the establishment of diplomatic ties in 1947. Pakistan and Turkey have focused on expanding […]

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بھارت کے بُرے دن ۔ ۔ ۔۔ ؟

بھارت کے بُرے دن ۔ ۔ ۔۔ ؟

یہ امر انتہائی اہمیت کا حامل ہے کہ بھارتی فوج کے سابق سربراہ ’’ جنرل بکرم سنگھ ‘‘ نے افواج پاکستان کے نئے سپہ سالار کو انتہائی شاندار الفاظ میں خراج تحسین پیش کیا ہے ۔ ہندی اخبارات ’’ نو بھارت ٹائمز ‘‘ اور ’’ امر اجالا ‘‘ کے مطابق بھارتی فوج کے سابق چیف […]

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IPRI in the News

IPRI in the News

IPRI organised a two-day International Conference on ‘Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia- Incentives and Constraints’ organized by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute and Hanns Seidel Foundation. The Chief Guest on the first day was Mr. Sartaj Aziz – Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad, Pakistan. The Chief […]

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Kashmir Uprising

Kashmir Uprising

  Kashmir is one of the oldest outstanding conflicts in the world. The Kashmir uprising dates back to 1947. October 27, 1947, is remembered as the day when India forcibly took over the land of Kashmir and unleashed terror. British Prime Minister David Cameron during his visit to Pakistan said: “Britain is responsible for many […]

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International conference on ‘Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia- Incentives and Constraints’

International conference on ‘Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia- Incentives and Constraints’

International conference on ‘Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia- Incentives and Constraints’ held at Serena Hotel Islamabad on 22-23 November 2016.

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Cooperative security mechanism in Asia

Cooperative security mechanism in Asia

The   recent   geopolitical   processes   show   that no country can stay immune in the face of emerging security threats especially illegal activities of terrorist groups and the influence of negative economic processes. Today Asian Continent is facing multifarious traditional and non-traditional challenges such as interstate territorial disputes, arms buildup including nuclear capacity-building and delivery systems, illegal […]

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Summer 2016, Volume XVI, Number 2

Summer 2016, Volume XVI, Number 2

Research Articles  Global Threat: A Comparative Analysis of Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS) Muhammad Munir and Muhammad Shafiq The metamorphosis of terrorism from Al-Qaeda to the Islamic State (IS) has presented new security challenges. The authors examine the threats posed by these two groups by discussing their ideologies, structures and capabilities.  They recommend that a […]

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CPEC: Corridor of Cooperation

CPEC: Corridor of Cooperation

PAKISTAN and China have kicked off their first trade activity under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project as over a hundred Chinese containers arrived at the Sust post, which is a village in Hunza, from where they will leave for their final destination i.e. Gwadar. In regard of this activity, an inaugural ceremony was also held, […]

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