August, 2017

IPRI in the News

IPRI in the News

IPRI organised a one-day workshop on “Human Rights Violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK): Kashmiri Aspirations and Responsibility of International Community” on 8 August 2017. The Chair of this roundtable was Dr Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema, Dean Faculty of Contemporary Studies at the National Defence University in Islamabad. Speakers included Dr. Amna Mahmood, Professor, Department of […]

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!عالمی بے حسی اور مسئلہ کشمیر

!عالمی بے حسی اور مسئلہ کشمیر

اب اس بات سے بھلا کون آگاہ نہیں کہ یوں تو دنیا بھر میں انسانی حقوق کی پا مالیاں کسی نہ کسی سطح پر عرصہ دراز سے جاری ہیں بلکہ اگر یہ کہا جائے تو شاید بے جا نہ ہو گا کہ مکمل طور سے دنیا کا کوئی خطہ اس امر کا دعویٰ نہیں کر […]

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IPRI Newsletter July 2017

IPRI Newsletter July 2017

IPRI Newsletter for the Month of July 2017 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI Newsletter July 2017

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How Social Media is Reshaping Pakistan

How Social Media is Reshaping Pakistan

Mashal Khan, a student at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Pakistan was lynched to death by an angry mob on the premises of the university on 13 April 2017. It didn’t take long for the videos of this barbaric act to pop up on various social media sites including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Twenty year […]

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!!!بھارتی صدارت بھی آر ایس ایس قبضے میں 

!!!بھارتی صدارت بھی آر ایس ایس قبضے میں 

اس امر سے سبھی آگاہ ہیں کہ بھارت میں ہر آنے والے دن کے ساتھ ہر شعبے میں ہندو جنونی اپنے پنجے نہ صرف گاڑ چکے ہیں بلکہ اپنی اس گرفت کو ہر طرح سے مضبوط کر رہے ہیں ۔ اور لگتا ہے کہ ہندوستان کا نام نہاد سیکولر ازم آنے والے کچھ عرصے میں […]

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Climate Change and Monsoon Trends in Pakistan

Climate Change and Monsoon Trends in Pakistan

Climate Change is an inevitable phenomenon which has lasting effects on the survival of mankind. Despite Pakistan’s vulnerability to Climate Change, it has been given less priority by the government due to other national issues of high concern. The climate change in Pakistan has resulted in extreme weather conditions, torrential rainfalls, irregular floods, droughts, sea-level […]

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Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia: Incentives and Constraints

Strengthening Peace and Cooperation in South Asia: Incentives and Constraints

It is a sad and ironic reality that when one talks of global peace as the ultimate objective nowadays, one is left rather perplexed because regardless of what world leaders and policymakers may say, it is not the end-all anymore even though it is only through peace that there can be just, equitable and sustainable […]

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