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Afghan-US Security Agreement: Options for Pakistan

On Thursday, Afghan Loya Jirga would begin deliberations on much awaited Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) between America and Afghanistan. President Karzai has stated that Jirga would comprise of around 2500 delegates. He has surprise many by saying that the Taliban representatives would also attend the Jirga. Furthermore, he has thrown an open invitation that all …

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Well timed with Iran’s constructive engagement with the international community in Geneva, last week a smear campaign was triggered by BBC Newsnight to add confusion and create pressures. This time an imaginative Saudi-Pakistan nuclear nexus was thrown and linked with progress on Iran’s nuclear programme— this adds a new dimension to Pakistan’s nuclear bashing. No …


The Untapped Human Gold in Pakistan

Political demography is the study of the size, composition and distribution of population in relation to government and politics. It deals with political effects of population change particularly with regards to demands made upon government. Three factors contribute towards change in age structure of nation’s population: number of children women bear as increase in number …

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A Road to Berlin: On the Way to Tomorrow

Pakistan and Germany are now celebrating the 52nd anniversary of their bilateral development cooperation. Both the states have a tradition of good and amicable relations. The Islamic Republic of Pakistan was one of the first countries with which Germany launched development cooperation back in 1961. Primarily, the cooperation is focused on renewable energies and energy …

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