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India’s politics and society

THE Hindu nationalist political parties struggle towards constitutional empowerment has brought religion as a political and social factor in India. Whether, it has strengthened the country’s political culture or it has made India a Hindu democracy? India’s democracy and secular character are often cited as progressive tools. During initial years of independence, the Nehruvian policies …

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India’s Foreign Policy Risks Destabilizing the Region

India, the largest country in South Asia, once carried the mantle of anchoring peace and development in the region. It has gone exactly in reverse. The reason interestingly has not been a conscious departure from the Nehruvian secularism but a slow caving in to the atavistic tribal notions, rooted in a mythical past and its …

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IPRI Webinar on “Afghan Peace Process: Role of Spoilers”

General Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) organized a webinar on the “Afghan Peace Process: Role of Spoilers” on October 8, 2020. The distinguished panelists, invited to deliberate and provide their expert input on the subject, included Mr. Ihsan Ghani, Former DG IB & Ex-National Coordinator NACTA, who spoke on “Indian RAW and Afghan National Directorate …

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IPRI Webinar on “Afghan Peace Process: Challenges and Prospects”

Introduction Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) organized a “Zoom Webinar” on the “Afghan Peace Process: Challenges and Prospects” on September 8, 2020. The distinguished panel, invited to deliberate and provide expert inputs on the subject, included Dr. Hussain Ali Yasa, Writer and Political Analyst, Afghanistan who spoke on the topic, “Future Contours of Afghan Polity: …

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India, the attention seeker

In June last year, the BJP government pulled out of a coalition with the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party. Afterwards, India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir was put under governor’s rule. New Delhi’s latest move to abrogate Article 370 of the Indian constitution has ended the special status of occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The parliamentary bill to change the administrative …

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A fragmented OIC?

Today, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is fragmented for numerous reasons. These include the Saudi-Iran rivalry, Saudi-Qatar rivalry as well as the competing interests and priorities of various member states. Recently, the organisation has taken a great leap by inviting India as a ‘guest of honor’ in the 46th session of its Council of …

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