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Call for Book Proposals

India–Pakistan 1971 War & Independence of Bangladesh The Islamabad Policy Research Institute intends to publish a book in the year 2022, to document historical facts/ analyses of 1971 War between Pakistan and India, subsequently leading to the creation of Bangladesh. An unbiased scholarly perspective would be encouraged to highlight the following themes: The Myth and …

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IRRITANTS IN PAKISTAN-US RELATIONS: WAY FORWARD

Irritants in Pakistan-US Relations: Way Forward Pakistan would seem to be a natural partner for the United States. But as Pakistani diplomats and scholars assert in this new volume, the relationship between the two countries has underperformed its potential. They argue that the time has come to ‘reset’ ties and work on a state-to-state relationship …

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Book Review – “The Tragedy of US Foreign Policy How America’s Civil Religion Betrayed the National Interest”

Source The book “The Tragedy of US Foreign Policy How America’s Civil Religion Betrayed the National Interest” is written by Walter A. McDougall. McDougall is the Professor of History and International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania. He has authored numerous books, including the famous 1986 Pulitzer Prize winner “The Heaven and the Earth: A …

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Regional Dynamics and Strategic Concerns in South Asia

“South Asia is the region where tidal waves of geostrategy and geoeconomics collide.”     –        General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, NI (M) Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), Joint Staff Headquarters, Pakistan South Asia, the fulcrum of geoeconomic cross currents, is now the emerging centre of power in a political universe …

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Changing Security Situation in South Asia and Development of CPEC

Through CPEC, South Asia would cease to be a region of conflict, and become a region of cooperation.  – Mr Ahsan Iqbal, Federal Minister for Interior and Narcotics Control, Government of Pakistan  Security has now become sine qua non for development. This is especially true for South Asia where significant forces are at play with …

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