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Why the Multilateral ASEAN Summit Dispels the Myth of Partisanship

Amid efforts by the projected winner of the U.S. election Joe Biden to reach out to Quad member states, Southeast Asian leaders met in Hanoi, Vietnam on November 12 to address pressing issues such as lingering tensions in the South China Sea, the growing potency of COVID-19 and economic recovery efforts for the region. This …

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Guest Lecture – Pakistan’s Vision East Asia: Challenges and Opportunities

Post Event Report Guest Lecture Pakistan’s Vision East Asia: Challenges and Opportunities  on October 19, 2017 General. On October 19, 2017 Ambassador (R) Shahid MG Kiani visited Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) and delivered a talk on “Pakistan’s Vision East Asia: Challenges and Opportunities”. It was pointed out that Pakistan’s ‘Vision East Asia policy’ was …

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Power and Economic Shifts in Global System

IPRI Review Meeting Power and Economic Shifts in Global System (October 29, 2015)  Introduction An IPRI Review meeting on “Power and Economic Shifts in Global System” was held at IPRI conference hall on October 29, 2015. The review meeting analyzed the trends related to the polarity of global economy, and the reconfiguration of global power …

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US tilt towards Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific’s strategic significance coupled with the region’s economic progress has raised the region’s stature for regional as well as global players. Hillary Clinton at the East West Centre, Honolulu described the pivot strategy as: “It is becoming increasingly clear that in the 21st century, the world’s strategic and economic centre of gravity will be …

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