IPRI Journals 20/10/2014
Dr. Rashid Ahmed Siddiqi
Siddiqui discusses China’s South Asia policy in the wake of the US draw down from Afghanistan and with particular reference to relationship between India and Pakistan.
Dr. Zulfqar Khan
Zulfqar Khan in this interesting account of the undulating relations between the US and Pakistan during 1977-1989 tags Agha Shahi’s dictum to describe them as “a handshake, not an embrace”.
K. N. Adhikari
K.N. Adhikari advocates a regional mechanism to harness the water resources in South Asia where growing population and increasing needs is likely to exacerbate shortfall conditions that are already being experienced.
Amir Ullah Khan
Amirullah Khan analyses and explains how the bureaucracy manoeuvres to prevent the establishment of local governments and when formed keep them out of power.
Maria Syed builds a strong case for adopting the concept of human security in Pakistan
1. The Warrior State: Pakistan in the Contemporary World
2. Missile Defence Confrontation and Cooperation
3. Shandur Durand’s Security Boundary Violation
Rai Sarfraz Shah
4. Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control
5. The Phenomenon of Poverty and Bad Governance
Dr. A. S. Nasir
6. The Taliban Revival: Violence and Extremism on the Pakistan-Afghanistan Frontier
Mr Hassan Abbas
7. No Exit from Pakistan: America’s Tortured Relationship with Islamabad
Daniel S. Markey
8. Vying for Allah’s Vote: Understanding Islamic Parties, Political Violence and Extremism in Pakistan
Haroon K. Ullah
9. Unthinkable: Iran, the Bomb and American Strategy
Kenneth M. Pollack