• Peninsula
    CBMS BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN 1. Introduction. In the context of strategic, political, socio-economic and religio-cultural significance, South Asia is the most important region of the world. However, this part of the glob has remained under developed, poverty stricken and inflicted with all...
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  • International Relations
    PAK-US STRATEGIC DIALOGUE HUMERA IQBAL( Introduction Pakistan-Afghanistan relationship has been a victim of conflicting interests. The two have never been at ease with each other and deep suspicions are observed in the bilateral policies pursued by their governments. Pakistan always wished...
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  • Terrorism
    CROSS-BORDER TERRORISM IN KASHMIR AND COUNTER TERRORISM STRATEGY Dr.ABHAYA KUMAR SINGH Reader Dept. of Defence & Strategic Studies K. S. Saket Post Graduate College, (Dr. R. M.L. Awadh University) AYODDHYA, FAIZABAD. Concept of Terrorism: Terrorism is an age old...
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  • law iminal law involves prosecution by the government of a person for an act that has been classified as a crime. Civil cases, on the other hand,
    military operations in FATA Post 9/11 when Pakistan Army joined war on terror and started military operations against militants in Pakhtoon Tribal belt especially in FATA, the question arose whether violence can be controlled by violence. In Pakistan, during the last decade, militancy has become an...
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  • term paper
    International and Human Rights Watch are accusing the administration of US President Barack Obama of possible war crimes for drone strike campaigns in Pakistan and Yemen. These charges won’t have much weight within the US — after all, even Hollywood now portrays the way America tortured detainees, and no...
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  • Arab Spring
    forces from Afghanistan (Endgame): Issues and challenges for Pakistan Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi ♣ Abstract Obama administration seems to have fulfilled the US agenda in Afghanistan: killing of Osama Bin Ladin, breaking the backbone of terrorism in the region, reconstruction and democratization of Afghanistan...
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  • The Failure of American Strategy
    The Failure of American Strategy In Afghanistan and its Implications for Pakistan (2001-2005) Introduction: State Officials in Washington D.C are worried. The military situation on the battlefield in Afghanistan has gotten worse and it seems to be with the Taliban and their supporters. It is...
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  • mass communication
    Review: Document No. 6 Pakistan-Russia Relations Introduction Pakistan-Russia relations have been marred by two historic legacies: first, Pakistan’s over dependence on the Western countries led by the United States, second, Indocentric approach of Pakistan. So far, Pakistan-Russia relationship is...
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  • Indo-Pak Relationns
    Indo-US strategic relationship, despite the strategic partnership between Pakistan and the United States, could increase the asymmetry in the balance of power between India and Pakistan, which might lower the nuclear threshold between the belligerent neighbours. *Mr. Zafar Nawaz Jaspal is Assistant...
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  • Pak Us Relationship
    Hillary Clinton’s Visit The Pak-US Relations After Bin Laden: The Future of the US-Pakistan Relationship The Way Forward Pakistan Did not Know about Osama: US Pakistan to Decide Whether We Can Take Joint Action: Munter US, Pakistan at Crossroads, Says US House Speaker Time to Press ‘Reset’ Button on Pak-US...
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  • A Desparate World and an Ordinary Hero
    A Desperate World and an Ordinary Hero ——A Mighty Heart Randall Bennett, regional security officer at the U.S. consulate in Karachi, Pakistan, told Mariane Pearl, “You can’t collapse; everybody else might, but not you. They won’t get you. You’re the strongest woman I have ever seen.” Mariane Pearl...
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  • The Strategic Environment in India's Neighbourhood and Its Impact on Her National Security Strategy
    half of what China spends on defence. Whether in terms of GDP, defence spending or any other economic, social or development parameter, the gap between the two is just too wide to bridge (and getting wider by the day). In military terms, both conventional and non conventional, we neither have the capability...
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  • Good Governance
    ------------------------------------------------- Extremism within RADICALISATION within the ranks of Pakistan`s armed forces is an issue of major concern, especially considering that the nation is currently in the midst of quelling a militant insurgency. Hence the arrest of Brig Ali Khan, probably...
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  • Good Governance in Pakistan
    Good Governance in Pakistan ‘Governance’ is the exercise of power or authority – political, economic, administrative or otherwise –to manage a country's resources and affairs. It comprises the mechanisms, processes and institutions through which citizens and groups articulate their interests, exercise...
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  • Kashmir
    of the European Enlightenment. (Moghuls left their mark on the subsequent Sufi-inspired form of Islam that dominated the subcontinent in India and Pakistan, before the rise of more jihadist-inspired Islamist mullahs.) Afghan invaders followed the Moghuls in the 18th century, who were themselves driven...
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  • Saigontourist
    Singapore Australia South Korea Taiwan North Korea Vietnam China Thailand Malaysia Indonesia Philippines India Pakistan Interstate 93 90 98 70 71 48 63 81 87 66 80 87 68 48 Terrorism 92 87 83 90 95 98 98 85 68 85 68 48 47 27 Criminal 87 96 87 88 75 88 71 60 71 65 53 43 53 37 Composite domestic...
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  • Pak China Relation
    prosperous Pakistan is considered vital to U.S. interests. U.S. concerns regarding Pakistan include regional and global terrorism; Afghan stability; democratization and human rights protection; the ongoing Kashmir problem and Pakistan-India tensions; and economic development. A U.S.-Pakistan relationship...
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    THE RUSI JOURNAL PAKISTAN AND THE SHADOW OF 9/11 Alexander Evans After the fall of the Taliban, Pakistan’s policy of strategic depth in Afghanistan had to adapt. ‘Brand Pakistan’ has suffered over the last ten years, portrayed in the media as an obstacle to peace. Pakistan is willing to support...
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  • Pak China Relation
    Exploring the China-Pakistan Relationship Roundtable Report Kerry B. Dumbaugh CNACHINAySTUDIES MISCD0022883.A1/Final June 2010 20100721022 CNA ANALYSIS & SOLUTIONS CNA is a non-profit research and analysis organization comprised of the Center for Naval Analyses (a federally funded...
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  • Lookeast Policy
    ASEAN countries), would point to that intended broader geographical space. The LEP’s journey has been somewhat slow, the milestones so far: full dialogue partnership with ASEAN, India-ASEAN summit mechanism, founder membership in the EAS, FTA in goods, etc. coming at intervals spanning twenty years...
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