Muhammad Munir

Pakistan-Norway relations

Pakistan-Norway relations

PAKISTAN is diversifying its foreign policy by expanding relations with multiple countries to attract investment. The two areas on which Government of Pakistan is paying its full attention are: a) ensuring security by undertaking military operations against the terrorists and extremists; b) building necessary energy and transport infrastructure all over the country. The security forces […]

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کشمیر میں انسانی حقوق کی خلاف ورزی

کشمیر میں انسانی حقوق کی خلاف ورزی

مقبوضہ جموں و کشمیر میں ظلم و ستم کی داستان نہ صرف دل دہلا دینے والی ہے بلکہ اقوام عالم کے بنائے گئے انسانی حقوق کی کھلم کھلا خلاف ورزی بھی ہے۔ بھارت کی طرف سے کشمیریوں پر ڈھائے جانے والے مظالم برداشت کی حدوں سے تجاوز کر چکے ہیں۔ بچے، بوڑھے، جوان، مرد وخواتین […]

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Talks on Syria in Astana in a new dialogue format

Talks on Syria in Astana in a new dialogue format

More than 310,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began with anti-government protests in March 2011. The Syrian conflict, it seems, has been a long-awaited breakthrough. The parties are willing to sit at the negotiating table in the broadest format to discuss possible ways of resolving the protracted and bloody confrontation. The […]

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G-Global:  New format of the global dialogue

G-Global: New format of the global dialogue

The current international environment is largely characterized by the influence of a number of factors of instability. Zones of conflicts in various parts of the globe continue to expand, forming a new range of challenges in the global economy and emerging threats of demographic and civilizational nature. An effective solution to these problems lies in […]

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Cooperative security mechanism in Asia

Cooperative security mechanism in Asia

The   recent   geopolitical   processes   show   that no country can stay immune in the face of emerging security threats especially illegal activities of terrorist groups and the influence of negative economic processes. Today Asian Continent is facing multifarious traditional and non-traditional challenges such as interstate territorial disputes, arms buildup including nuclear capacity-building and delivery systems, illegal […]

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The  Situation in Afghanistan

The Situation in Afghanistan

The situation in Afghanistan is highly complex. The country is passing through a critical transformation which entails both challenges and opportunities. The challenges are huge and opportunities are limited. The current situation in Afghanistan is influenced by various domestic, regional and global developments. In the aftermath of drawdown of NATO and ISAF forces from Afghanistan […]

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A response to Ms Fair’s biased analysis

A response to Ms Fair’s biased analysis

THIS is not the way of engaging a country like Pakistan as suggested in an article, appeared in the Lawfareblog on April 11,2016, titled ‘A New Way of Engaging Pakistan’ by C. Christine Fair, a US scholar known for writing series of anti-Pakistan articles on behest of her masters somewhere else. She used a well-structured […]

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UNFAIR ATTITUDE OF US CONGRESS

UNFAIR ATTITUDE OF US CONGRESS

In the last one year there has been a substantive improvement in Pakistan’s internal security dimension and its economy has also shown some stability. The progress on the implantation of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has also been satisfactory. Peace and harmony now prevails in the troubled areas of Balochistan, Karachi and FATA. With the arrest […]

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