August, 2018

One-day Media Workshop on “Pakistan’s Relations with US, China and Russia”

One-day Media Workshop on “Pakistan’s Relations with US, China and Russia”

Post-event Report One-day Media Workshop on “Pakistan’s Relations with US, China and Russia” Organised by:            Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), Islamabad Date and Venue:       August 29, 2018 at IPRI Conference Hall General The second one-day media workshop on “Pakistan’s Relations with US, China and Russia,” focused on complexities of the relations, specifically whether or not […]

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Sham Climate Security Agenda

Sham Climate Security Agenda

ProPublica reported a statement by United States of America’s Defence Secretary James Mattis where he regarded climate change as a ‘national security challenge.’ Interestingly, this is not the first time when climate change is defined as a security issue. In December 2010, Germany divulged her interest to deal climate change as a national security issue […]

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Convoluted Afghan Peace Process

Convoluted Afghan Peace Process

Ronald Reagan once said, “Peace is not absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle the conflict by peaceful means.” Afghanistan peace process, in a similar manner, has failed to offer an olive branch to the Taliban. Recent Afghan Talibans’ assault on Ghazni city has added fuel to the fire to the Afghan conflict […]

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Evaluating China’s commitment to Pakistan

Evaluating China’s commitment to Pakistan

Pakistan’s relationship with China is constantly hailed as an ‘all-weather friendship’, but what actually lies behind the diplomatic façade? There is no doubt that the two countries enjoy remarkably positive relations for such different neighbours, and China is an immensely important partner for Pakistan. However, it appears the depth of those ties are sometimes overstated within […]

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IPRI UPDATE

IPRI UPDATE

IPRI UPDATE for the Month of July 2018 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI UPDATE July 2018

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Ambassador Lecture on “Pakistan-Russia Relations: Is there a New Trajectory?”

Ambassador Lecture on “Pakistan-Russia Relations: Is there a New Trajectory?”

Post Event Report Ambassador Lecture  on “Pakistan-Russia Relations: Is there a New Trajectory?” Organised by: Islamabad Policy Research Institute, (IPRI) Date and Venue:  August 1, IPRI Hall, Islamabad Guest Speaker: Ambassador Alexey Dedov, Ambassador of the Russian Federation Salient Features: Historically, Pakistan-Russia relations have witnessed many ups and downs. Their relations saw some signs of […]

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IPRI in the News

IPRI in the News

The Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) organised an Ambassador Lecture by  H.E. Mr. Alexey Dedov, Ambassador of Russian Federation to Pakistan on Pakistan-Russia Relations: Is there a New Trajectory? on 1 August 2018. The event was extensively reported by the print and online national English and Urdu media. It was attended and covered by several electronic channels, as […]

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Summer 2018, Volume XVIII, Number 2

Summer 2018, Volume XVIII, Number 2

  Research Articles An Indispensable Partner? Bush, Obama, and the US’ Soft Power Muhammad Shoaib, Dr Saira Aquil and Ahmad Sabat Citation: Muhammad Shoaib, Saira Aquil and Ahmad Sabat, “An Indispensable Partner? Bush, Obama, and the US’ Soft Power,” IPRI Journal XVIII, no. 2 (2018): 1-25, https://doi.org/10.31945/iprij.180201  Article Preview              […]

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