• Confrence
    of Eradication of terrorism in Five Yearss” on Feb 24, 2011 8 in Islamabad; we would be publishing its report shortly. CIRCLe is simultaneously working on several other research projects and situational reports about Islam, the Muslim Ummah, and Pakistan. CIRCLe is having institutional...
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  • Middle East
    India's foreign minister said Wednesday that Pakistan must take urgent steps to halt cross-border terrorism and rein in Islamic insurgents in Kashmir. Jaswant Singh said that Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf had been given enough time to fulfill his pledges to halt terrorism by...
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  • Drones
    difficult it will definitely go a long way in reducing civilian casualties and improving the relation between the United States and Pakistani governments.  Below is President Obama’s speech regarding the drones accidentally killing civilians in Pakistan...
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  • Uplift of Pakistan's Economic and Social Sector
    this. Pakistan took a position to avoid an impending catastrophe. General Pervaiz Musharraf gave a very reasoned speech. He posed the stark alternatives for Pakistan. He said," the choice for us is to put Pakistan first, or take all the consequences for refusing to extend the cooperation demanded by...
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  • Pakistan Revolutiom
    2009. These initiatives of democratic Pakistan have made our federation strong. I assure the international community that Pakistan would eliminate terrorism and extremism from its midst as these notions are contrary to our collective ethos, identity and religious teachings. The idea of Pakistan is...
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  • Extremism: a Tool or a Problem?
    Last week one’s wisdom got brushed up further with the onset of two reports on extremism, terrorism and violence. One was the Jinnah Institute’s (JI’s) excellent report ‘Extremism Watch’, which maps conflict trends in Pakistan covering the period of September 2010 to September 2011. The other was...
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  • Pakistan and the War in Terrorism
    any third country or terrorist organisation.11 Pakistan has also been denied the sale of F-16 aircraft and access to sophisticated defence-related technology. Impact of War on Terrorism on Pakistan’s Interests As specifically mentioned by President Musharraf in his speech on September 19, 2001...
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  • Proposing a Solution: Bullying
    most danger terrorists made the Pakistan a center for the weapons and for the government of Pakistan is helping them in all possible way. The organization called Al Qaeda is the biggest organization of the terrorism and all the people of Al Qaeda are living in such countries like Pakistan, Saudi...
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  • War Against Terrorism Its Economic Impact on Pakistan
    WAR on Terrorism: Impact on Pakistan’s Economy Rehana Saeed Hashmi * Abstract In analyzing the government of Pakistan’s policies towards USA in the war against terrorism, this article focuses on Pakistan US relationship and US assistance to Pakistan for economic development. The main concern is to...
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  • Effects of Terrorism
    ." The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is one of the most fragile states in Pakistan. Terrorism has grown to become one of the biggest security threats to the region and militant groups have been known to incite extremism and violence, increasingly amongst young people. Pakistani forces have struggled to maintain...
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  • can drone attack be justified
    have killed an estimated 3,300 al Qaeda, Taliban, and other jihadist operatives in Pakistan and Yemen (Brookings). In addition, President Obama in his speech on drone policy stated that, “Drones are a cure of terrorism”(Obama, nytimes).Alas, the believe that drone attacks on Al Qaeda members and other...
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  • Drone Strikes
    Afghanistan, but their use in countries like Pakistan depends on how terrorism is classified. Previously, the government considered terrorism a crime and responded though diplomatic means and law enforcement procedures. It was not until the bombing of embassies in Kenya and Tanzania that the...
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  • Terrorism in Pakistan
    Terrorism in Pakistan; Causes, Effects, Solutions Once a convicted "terrorist", Nelson Mandela, wrote in his autobiography: "the hard facts were that 50 years of non-violence had brought (my) people nothing but more repressive legislation, and fewer rights". If the world leaders do not...
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  • Pak-Turkey
    ] is in the same spirit that Pakistan had supported a just and peaceful settlement of the Cyprus issue..[we] will continue to support your efforts for resolution of the ongoing problem in Cyprus. Israel-Palestine President Musharraf in a speech to a Turkish delegation stated “Excellency...
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  • Fighting Terrorism
    terrorism and accelerating economic growth in the industrial states bypassing those goals, which would reduce human misery in the world and make it a better place to live in. The other key millennial goals are achieving universal primary education by the 2015 promoting gender equality and empowering...
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  • Anything is Possible
    could learn and change their history- turn them into model nation then why not Pakistan? Although many would argue that I am closing my eyes to gigantic problems which Pakistan is facing right now in shape of sectarian violence, poor law and order situation, energy crisis, terrorism, corruption...
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  • The power of words
    condition and importance of education for girls in Pakistan and Afghanistan. On the 12th of July 2012 Malala Yousafzai delivered her captivating speech about the importance of girls’ and children’s education to the United Nations and the world. She used the power of words to start a campaign to...
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  • Legality of Drone Attacks
    -pakistan-amid-drone-attack-storm. 84 Speech of Harold Hongju Koh, (n 29). 85 J N Kendall, ―Israeli Counter-Terrorism: ‗Targeted Killings‘ Under International Law‖ (2002) 80 North Carolina Law Review 1069 at 1085-86. See also E. Gross, ―Thwarting terrorist acts by attacking the perpetrators or their...
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  • Public Admin
    vicious circle of crises. Many countries have been able to settle similar problems and move on with added strength to other matters. The strength to move forward comes from the resolution of basic internal issues.... Pakistan And The War In Terrorism Following the events of 9/11, Pakistan joined...
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  • Persent Situation of Pakistan
    In today Pakistan we are facing many problems. Like energy problems, terrorism, drones attacks, unemployment and inflation. These are main problems of today Pakistan. First of all I am talking about energy crises An energy crisis is any great shortfall (or price rise) in the supply of energy...
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