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As COP 26 Begins, a Shift of Focus Away from Wind and Solar is a Step Backwards for Pakistan

Simon Nicholas is Energy Finance Analyst at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). 01.11.2021 Several coinciding events are putting the spotlight on Pakistan’s power sector plans. At the November COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, fossil fuels will come under increasing pressure – especially coal. This follows China’s recent announcement that it will cease …

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Assessing Strategic Defence Capabilities during a Two-Front War of India versus Pakistan and China

By Ozer Khalid, senior consultant and foreign policy expert.  27.10.2021                        Second article of a two part series                                        Delhi’s ammunition and troop shift away from Pakistan’s border now aimed mostly at China reduces India’s strike capability vis-à-vis Pakistan and strategically alters the balance of power in South Asia swinging the pendulum in Pakistan’s favour.    …

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Pakistan is hoping for Biden to reset relations. Will he stop the US policy drift towards India?

Pakistan is looking for a positive change under Biden and hopes he will, unlike Trump, address its concerns on regional instability and India’s revisionist policies The Pakistan-US relationship, long dominated by strategic concerns, can be more productive if they work on larger goals such as climate change, health care, education and infrastructure development Pakistan and …

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The ‘Indian Chronicles’: A Modern-day Propaganda Machine

By Amal Malik, student of BA Comparative Literature, with an interest in post-colonialism.14 January 2021 The EU DisinfoLab is an independent NGO that refutes disinformation campaigns that undermine the European Union’s integrity, core values and institutions. In a scathing report released on December 9th, 2020, researchers and online investigators unveiled a 15-year-long propaganda campaign pioneered …

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IPRI in the News

The Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) organised a two-day International Conference titled “Conflict and Cooperation in South Asia: Role of Major Powers” on 11–12 December 2018. The event was well reported by the print and online (Day One & Day Two) national as well as international media. It was attended and covered by several electronic channels, as well …

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