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Holy shrine demolition in Pakistan: Beyond ‘Apology and Forgiveness’

Paper No. 6767                                    Dated 16-Mar-2021
By K.M. Seethi  
 
“If you want to see the brave, look at those who can forgive. If you want to see the heroic, look at those who can love in return for hatred,” says Bhagavad Gita. 
 
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Afghanistan Abandonment 2021 by U S to Taliban will be Geopolitical Suicide

Paper No. 6766                                   Dated 16-Mar-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

“Geopolitical Suicide” would be the end-result of United States withdrawal of US Military Forces from Afghanistan by May01 2021, robbing United States of an irreplaceable vital “Strategic Perch’ which empowers United States to extend power and influence in turbulent Greater South West Asia expanse.

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Pakistan: Still ‘Under Increased Monitoring’ of FATF

Paper No. 6761                                 Dated 3- Mar- 2021
By K.M. Seethi 
 

Pakistan: Sectarian violence and beleaguered Hazaras

Paper no 6728                               Dated 7-Jan-2021
By K.M. Seethi
 

Pakistan’s Objectives conflict with Peace efforts in Afghanistan

Paper No. 6726                                               Dated 6-Jan-2021

Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra,

While Pakistan kept affirming its commitment to the ongoing exercise of Afghan peace talks, its proclivity towards meddling in the internal affairs of another neighboring sovereign country with an inevitable desire to shape political dynamics there, contradicts its obligations and questions its dedication towards the peace process.

US Witnesses the Advent of the Inevitable in Afghanistan.

Paper No. 6490              Dated 9-Sept-2019

By Dr Subhash Kapila

That the United States cannot consign Afghanistan to Taliban medieval Islamist feudalism finally and ironically dawned yesterday on the United States with US President Trump calling off the US-Taliban Peace Dialogue in motion for over a year. It marks the ‘Advent of the Inevitable’—that United States cannot abandon Afghanistan to yet another Civil War.

Pakistan: The Indus Water Treaty and the Hydro Politics

Paper No. 6578               Dated 3-Aug-2018

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

The Islamabad Policy Research Institute sponsored a round table Conference on 17th July on the subject of “Managing Hyphenated Climate and Water Challenge- A case study of Pakistan under the National Dialogue Series. 

The National Dialogue Series was initiated by the IPRI to facilitate cooperative solutions to major socio-economic issues and help in the formulation of broad contours of a national narrative.

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