Muhammad Nawaz Khan

Muhammad Nawaz Khan is Research Officer at Islamabad Policy Research Institute

Violations of Rights of Religious Minorities (Muslims & Sikhs) in India

Violations of Rights of Religious Minorities (Muslims & Sikhs) in India

Post-Event Report   One-Day Roundtable “Violations of Rights of Religious Minorities (Muslims & Sikhs) in India” Organized by Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) At IPRI Conference Hall, Islamabad July 12, 2017 Introduction A One-Day Roundtable on “Violations of Rights of Religious Minorities (Muslims and Sikhs) in India” was organized by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute […]

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Post Event Report of the Lecture on “Pakistan’s Relations with Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges”

Post Event Report of the Lecture on “Pakistan’s Relations with Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges”

Organised by: Islamabad Policy Research Institute, (IPRI) Date and Venue:  May 17, 2017, at IPRI Conference Hall, Islamabad Guest Speaker: Professor Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Qureshi, Founder & President, Society of Asian civilizations, Pakistan Salient Features: At the time of Central Asian Republics’ (CARs) independence in 1991, Pakistan was among the first countries, which extended recognition […]

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HINDU EXTREMISTS CREEP AHEAD IN INDIA

HINDU EXTREMISTS CREEP AHEAD IN INDIA

SINCE September 11, 2001, the world’s attention has properly been focused on the Islamic extremism, but there are also major violent trends in Hindu extremism that have largely been ignored in the West. In India, this violence is supported by Hindu extremists and their allies in the Indian government, which is currently led by the […]

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ZARB-E-AZB & REHABILITATION OF TDPS

ZARB-E-AZB & REHABILITATION OF TDPS

THERE are three main challenges which Pakistan is facing during Operation Zarb-e-Azb: a) the militants who have survived the Operation Zarb-e-Azb and successfully escaped into Afghanistan. Resultantly, they are reorganising themselves with the funding of RAW and planning to re-launch their offence on Pakistani security forces; b) repatriation of Afghan refugees; and c) repatriation of […]

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GROWING THREATS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

GROWING THREATS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

ALL of South Asia is now facing a challenge of climate change that is potentially catastrophic. This climate change threatens to slow the region’s economic growth, depress standards of living, increase the threat of devastation and death, and possibly even aggravate intra-regional conflict. Some military analysts call climate change a “threat multiplier” or a “catalyst […]

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SCO AND REGIONAL SECURITY

SCO AND REGIONAL SECURITY

As a confidence-building mechanism to resolve border disputes, the foundation of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) comprising China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan was laid down. The decision to create SCO was made 14 years ago. Today, SCO has emerged as an important regional organization which has the capacity to guarantee regional security and peace. […]

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CPEC — A GAME CHANGER

CPEC — A GAME CHANGER

CHINA-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is the leading project of China’s ambitious vision for a modern reconstruction of the Silk Road. The development will offer a glimpse into how China plans to realize the Belt and Road Initiative, while success will boost confidence of countries and regions along the routes. For regional development, the network will […]

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ASIA-PACIFIC’S POLITICS & PAKISTAN

ASIA-PACIFIC’S POLITICS & PAKISTAN

ASIA-Pacific is vast, in terms of geography and population. It covers a total land area of 21 million square kilometres; has a population of 4.4 billion or 60 per cent of the world population; and GDP of more than US $40 trillion. The Asia-Pacific economies are heterogeneous. These are emerging markets and experiencing rapid economic […]

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