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Re-alignment within the Ummah- Pakistani and Arab Reactions to a Turkish TV series

Paper No.6677                         Dated 6-Sep-2020

By Dr. Rajesh T. Krishnamachari

Pakistan PM Imran Khan Mortgages Nation’s Future to China:

Paper No. 6668                        Dated 21-Aug-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan PM Imran Khan in a riposte to Saudi Arabia’s hardened stand snub against Pakistan consequent to Pakistan Foreign Minister’s threats to the Head of OIC on Kashmir issue has post-haste despatched Foreign Minister Qureshi to China along with a public assertion that Pakistan’s future lies with China and that China too needs Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Endeavour to Internationalize Kashmir:

Paper no. 6663                    Dated 17-Aug-2020

By Vandana Mishra

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Pakistan Threatens to Divide the Islamic World August 2020 Analysed

Paper No. 6662                     Dated 16-Aug-2020

Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan in run-up to its Independence Day 14 August 2020, in characteristic propensity to box much above its geopolitical weight, directly threatened Saudi Arabia heading the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) that should it not convene an OIC Foreign Ministers Meet on Kashmir, then Pakistan would convene he same with Non-Arab Muslim countries.

Nuclear Strategy in South Asia: A Facade of Peace between India and Pakistan

Paper No. 6612                       Dated 3-July-2020

By Aviral Goenka 

How has nuclear weapons influenced India-Pakistan crises since the late 1990s?

Pakistan Disenchanted with Prime Minister Imran Khan:

Paper No. 6593                                  Dated 10-June-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan is widely disenchanted in 2020 with PM Imran Khan who rode into office in mid-2018 rousing high expectations in Pakistan’s middle class and youth that he was the ‘messiah’ who would rid Pakistan of all its political and economic ills and deliver to this Islamic Republic a “Naya Pakistan” translated—a :New Pakistan”.

Afghan Taliban Should not be Engaged by India in any Dialogue Process.

Paper No.6587                       Dated 29-May-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India should engage the Afghan Taliban only when they make two public official statements that Kashmir is an ‘Integral Part of India’ and secondly, that Afghan Taliban is committed to the creation of Greater Afghanistan incorporating Pashtun Areas of Pakistan’s borderlands.

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