اتر پردیش میں فی الحال مودی دور کے بعد یوگی یوگی کا نعرہ گونج رہا ہے۔ اس موقع پر یوگی ادتیہ ناتھ کی تاجپوشی پر ان کے والد کا بیان بہت توجہ طلب ہے۔یاد رہے کہ بھارتی ٹی وی چینل ’’ نیوز نیشن ‘‘ اور ’’ انڈیا نیوز ‘‘ پر یوگی کے والد آنند سنگھ […]
The IPRI Journal is a biannual peer-reviewed publication of the Institute. It is an HEC recognised ‘X’ category Journal, which is Pakistan’s second highest category for Social Science Journals. The objective of the IPRI Journal is to produce, foster and disseminate research, policies and ideas, primarily from Pakistan and the Global South, from the fields related to Social Sciences and International Affairs.
Interested authors are invited to submit scholarly manuscripts and current book reviews for consideration for the IPRI Journal, Winter 2018 Issue. Submissions should not be previously published nor currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Author Guidelines, Certification Letter and Checklist can be downloaded from the following given below.
Last date for submission: September 30, 2017.
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Note: Authors of published articles are paid a modest honorarium.
Research Articles Credible Minimum Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia Dr Farah Zahra India and Pakistan have coexisted as neighbours without any meaningful communication at the strategic level. It remains debatable whether the two nations are indulging in a nuclear arms race with India’s eye on China as Pakistan’s ally. The article studies the impact of these […]
Research Articles Cold Start in Strategic Calculus Sannia Abdullah The cold start doctrine formulated by Indian strategists is a product of the 2001-02 standoff with Pakistan. It envisages a blitzkrieg, a limited war under the nuclear overhang that disrupts enemy lines of communication and forces a distorted and chaotic response from them. The paper analyses […]
Research Articles Governance and Democracy in Pakistan: Weaknesses, Strengths and Prospects Noor ul Haq brings out difficulties in constitutional development, obstructions in democratic governance, and takes the optimistic approach dispelling the gloomy forecasts. The New Terrorism: Changing Face of War and Conflict Mahdi Mohammad Nia discusses the changing […]
Research Articles 1. Building Peace in Sri Lanka: An Analysis of the Conflict and Plan for Intervention David Lewis, Cassandra Jastrow, Christopher Jonas, Tim Kennedy, Saira Yamin 2. Converging Interests: Sino-Saudi Relations on the Rise Aly Zaman and Ghulam […]