September, 2019

Guest Lecture by Ambassador (Retd.) Riaz Mohammad Khan

Guest Lecture by Ambassador (Retd.) Riaz Mohammad Khan

For Pakistan, it is better and safer to interact with Afghanistan on the basis of established state-to-state norms because this is a relationship from which we cannot insulate ourselves nor simply push aside. There are few examples in the world where 50,000 people cross a border, unrecognized by one side, on a daily basis without […]

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Peace in Afghanistan: a shattered dream?

Peace in Afghanistan: a shattered dream?

With the collapse of talks in Afghanistan, peace once again has become a distant thought. The cancellation of talks is a strange development in itself, given that the US representative and the Taliban had the last round of talks on September 2, and it was reported that a peace agreement had been finalised ‘in principle’. […]

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Exit for Peace

Exit for Peace

Recent developments suggest that the scope of Pakistan-US relations has once again been rejuvenated, from President Trump’s behaviour to the massive reception that Imran Khan received in the United States. Bilateral relations between the two countries had been at the lowest over the last few years. Reconciliation from the American side is now evident like […]

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IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.8

IPRI UPDATE Vol. 7, No.8

IPRI UPDATE for the Month of August 2019 has been issued. For details, visit: IPRI Update August 2019

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Special Roundtable on Revenue Collection in Pakistan

Special Roundtable on Revenue Collection in Pakistan

The Islamabad Policy Research Institute organized a Special Roundtable on Mechanism for Effective Revenue Collection in Pakistan: Ways and Means here in Islamabad today. The roundtable was chaired by Dr. Waqar Masood Khan, Federal Secretary for Finance Division, while three former Chairpersons of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) Mr. Nisar Muhammad Khan; Mr. Tariq […]

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