IPRI Journals 29/01/2014
Colonel (GS) Hans Eberhart
Pakistan needs a new approach to tackle its problems based on mobilisation of human and material resources by forming national consensus for implementation of a comprehensive set of reforms directed towards a shift from military to human dimension of security and respect for the will of the people.
Singapore’s experience in handling the problem of extremism is discussed to see if this can be helpful in Pakistan’s case.
China’s “Go West” and “Strings of Pearls” policies are studied in the light of its growing relations with Central Asian Republics.
Importance of integrating the public in the nuclear disaster management plan being prepared
in the country is discussed in the wake of the recent crisis in Japan.
Muhammad Khurshid Khan
The need to prepare for the post Afghan war scenario is emphasised as extremism
might emerge through a nexus among the Punjab-based TTP and other splinter
groups of al Qaeda.
Military, Civil Society and Democratization in Pakistan
S. Akbar Zaidi
Wars, Insurgencies and Terrorist Attacks
Conflict Transformation and the Challenge of Peace
Moonis Ahmar ed.
Energy Crisis in Pakistan: Origins, Challenges, and Sustainable Solutions
Indian Nuclear Deterrence: Its Evolution, Development and Implications for
South Asian Security
Zafar Iqbal Cheema
Pakistan: A Hard Country
Between the Dreams and Reality, Some Milestones in Pakistan’s History
Joint Statement on Japan-Pakistan Comprehensive Partnership
Joint Statement on the Visit of Prime Minister of Bhutan
Text of President’s Speech to Parliament
Declaration on Pakistan-UK Enhanced Strategic Dialogue
Banquet Speech by the President
Joint Statement on Pakistan-France Comprehensive Partnership
Prime Minister on the Abbottabad Incident
Joint Statement by Presidents of Pakistan and Russia
Resolution Adopted by the Joint Session of Parliament
Pakistan-China Joint Statement
Islamabad Declaration on Pak-Afghan Peace Vision
Joint Statement of the Pak-Afghan Commission for Reconciliation and Peace
President’s Statement at the 10th Anniversary of the SCO