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Webinar on Humanitarian Assistance amid the COVID-19 Lockdown in Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK): International Response to the Clampdown

Webinar on Humanitarian Assistance amid the COVID-19 Lockdown in Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK): International Response to the Clampdown

Ambassador (R) Ashraf Jahangir Qazi, Former Pakistan High Commissioner to India and Ambassador to US and China in an eloquent and thought-provoking webinar on “Humanitarian Assistance amid the COVID-19 Lockdown in Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK): International Response to the Clampdown” , organized by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI). Ambassador Qazi highlighted that it […]

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Symposium on “Intra-Afghan Dialogue: A New Hope?”

Symposium on “Intra-Afghan Dialogue: A New Hope?”

The United States-Taliban peace agreement signed in Doha, despite its significance, cannot be deemed substantial enough for creating sustainable peace in war-ravaged Afghanistan. Afghanistan is home to various ethnicities and has witnessed a history of insurrections and presently, lack of cordial relations exist amongst different political entities of the country with no common agendas to […]

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IPRI Counter Terrorism Moot on Effects of War against Terrorism on Pakistan’s  Economy and Measures for its Revival

IPRI Counter Terrorism Moot on Effects of War against Terrorism on Pakistan’s Economy and Measures for its Revival

The Islamabad Policy Research Institute organized the third Counter Terrorism Moot on “Effects of War against Terrorism on Pakistan’s Economy & Measures for its Revival” here in the capital today. The CT Moot, was chaired by Mr Waqar Masood Khan, former Secretary Finance; and included Mr Ihsan Ghani, former DG NACTA; as well as Mr […]

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IPRI BOG Meeting

IPRI BOG Meeting

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Symposium on “Situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir: Exploring Policy Options for Pakistan”

Symposium on “Situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir: Exploring Policy Options for Pakistan”

The Kashmir issue, one of the mainstays of Pakistan’s foreign policy, 70 years later still remains the oldest unresolved dispute in the United Nations because of India’s criminal denial of the right of self-determination to the valorous Kashmiris. Speakers today at the symposium on “Situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir: Exploring Policy Options for […]

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Symposium on “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan”

Symposium on “Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR): Implications for India & Pakistan”

In a Symposium on Fallout of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 & National Population Register (NPR), organized by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute, here in the capital today, speakers discussed how the CAA is the latest move in a series of steps taken by Indian Prime Minster Modi as part of his agenda to promote […]

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Roundtable on Psycho-Social Toxicity in Pakistan: A Fallout of Terrorism

Roundtable on Psycho-Social Toxicity in Pakistan: A Fallout of Terrorism

The menace of terrorism, which is often politically motivated, has bedeviled Pakistan for decades, despite successful kinetic operations against militant outfits. The aftermath of years of war on terror, man-made and natural disasters, ethnic and sectarian conflicts, poverty, inequality and injustice have etched the psycho-social fabric of the country adversely. The virtually unaddressed psychological damage […]

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Guest Lecture by Dr Nazir Ahmed Sangi

Guest Lecture by Dr Nazir Ahmed Sangi

This was the conclusion of the Guest Lecture on ‘China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: Prospects of Distance & E-Learning for Human Development’ organised by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute, here in the capital today. The lecture, by Dr Nazir Ahmed Sangi, former Vice Chancellor, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), was attended by academicians, students and journalists. There […]

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