Afghanistan

The US South Asia Policy

The US South Asia Policy

SOUTH Asia as a region remains to be at the forefront of the United States’ regional interests and concerns. While the situation in South Asia remains static on conventional fronts, there is a change of administration in the US. President Trump’s administration has brought a mix of change and continuity in the country’s foreign and […]

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US Defence Bill

US Defence Bill

If one closely monitors Pakistan’s relationship with the US, it has often been in transition stage, i.e. shifting from the most-allied status to negligence and even to hostility sometimes. The US termed Pakistan double-dealing and duplicitous ally and Pakistan termed the US dealings as unequal and distressing. History of mutual relationship between the two may […]

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کابل میں تازہ حملہ اور کبھی ختم نہ ہونے والی خانہ جنگی

کابل میں تازہ حملہ اور کبھی ختم نہ ہونے والی خانہ جنگی

 افغانستان کے انٹیلی جنس اداروں نے اکتیس مئی 2017 کو ہونے والی دہشتگردی کے فوراً بعد اپنا موقف بیان کیا ۔ انھوں نے بتایا کہ افغان دارالحکومت میں کوئی بڑا دہشتگرد حملہ پہلے سے متوقع تھا ۔ بعض ذرائع کے مطابق امریکی اخبار ’’ فارن پالیسی‘‘ نے انکشاف کیا کہ اس منصوبے کی مکمل معلومات […]

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افغانستان تازہ حملہ، ذمہ دار ۔ داعش یا طالبان ؟ 

افغانستان تازہ حملہ، ذمہ دار ۔ داعش یا طالبان ؟ 

افغان عوام کی زندگیاں اس وقت خطرے ہیں ۔ اکتیس مئی 2017 کی صبح 8:20 پر ایک دہشتگرد حملے نے کابل کو ہلا کر رکھ دیا ۔ کابل کے نواح میں ’’ وزیر اکبر خان ‘‘ کے مقام پر ( جہاں غیر ملکی سفارت خانے کافی بڑی تعداد میں واقع ہیں ) دھماکہ خیز مواد […]

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India-Pakistan and the SCO platform

India-Pakistan and the SCO platform

In the globalized world of today, where terrorism, extremism, drug trafficking, border security and environmental degradation have altered the security landscape of the world, multilateral approaches are being employed to address the transnational challenges. A number of regional as well as international organizations have emerged on the world stage, the political actors in pursuance of economic goals […]

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Third American engagement in Afghanistan

Third American engagement in Afghanistan

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit is going to be held on May 24-25, 2017. Apart from other various important security issues, NATO members will discuss Afghanistan’s security situation and most likely President Donald Trump will announce its policy on Afghanistan. According to international media reports, he will likely send five thousand American soldiers […]

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Post Event Report of the Lecture on “Pakistan’s Relations with Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges”

Post Event Report of the Lecture on “Pakistan’s Relations with Central Asia: Prospects and Challenges”

Organised by: Islamabad Policy Research Institute, (IPRI) Date and Venue:  May 17, 2016, at IPRI Conference Hall, Islamabad Guest Speaker: Professor Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Qureshi, Founder & President, Society of Asian civilizations, Pakistan Salient Features: At the time of Central Asian Republics’ (CARs) independence in 1991, Pakistan was among the first countries, which extended recognition […]

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Mr. Andrew Korybko,  Correspondent Sputnik, News Agency and Radio  Visit to Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) – 17 April 2017

Mr. Andrew Korybko, Correspondent Sputnik, News Agency and Radio Visit to Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) – 17 April 2017

    Mr. Andrew Korybko, Correspondent Sputnik, News Agency and Radio visited Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) on 17 April 2017. He delivered a talk on “Russian Perceptions on Afghanistan’s Peace Process: A Way Forward”. The talk was followed by questions and answers. Salient Points The salient points are as under:- Mr. Andrew Korybko while […]

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