Guest Lecture:Are there True Moderates among Political Islam: The Iran post-sanction developments, the Arab revolutions, and the stakes of the West in the Middle East
Guest Lecturer: Hartmut Elsenhans, a German Professor at Area Study Centre, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad Date and venue: April 15, 2014, IPRI Conference Hall Introduction Extremist political movements including Islamic political movements are irreversible and not a new phenomenon. It dates back
Islamabad should introspect as to who advised distancing from Riyadh and Abu Dhabi; and hold them accountable Saudi Arabia and Pakistan can never afford to be at odds with each other. This is the balance-sheet of their geoeconomics and fraternity. Irrespective of
The killing of more than 250 people in Easter bombings in Sri Lanka speaks about the growing threat of transnational terrorism. Initially, Sri Lankan government held the National Thowheed Jamath (NJT) responsible for the attacks. But as events followed, it was claimed
In an age where the digital realm has evolved into a theater of strategic importance, a significant and meticulously planned diplomatic endeavor unfolded when high-ranking defense officials from the United States and China converged at the Pentagon for a momentous cybersecurity summit on September 22, 2023.
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The narrative of geo-economics, in the backdrop of emerging trade corridors through Pakistan, is mainly focused on transforming the country into a commercial and investment hub. To evolve into a dependable node connecting Asia’s different sub-regions, Pakistan needs to strengthen its economic
Job Title: Assistant Research Associate (ARA) Education: Bachelors in International Relations from the National Defence University, Islamabad. International Relations, South Asian Geopolitics, U.S.-China Strategic Competition, Great Power Interests, Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy. Currently, Khan is working on the impact of U.S.-China relations on