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Is Pakistan doing enough for Kashmir?

By Syeda Mamoona Rubab Syeda Mamoona Rubab feels that there was no urgency in the government’s lobbying efforts ahead of the UNSC meeting Last week, Pakistan celebrated the return of the Kashmir dispute to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) after more than 50 years, notwithstanding the...

Pakistan’s Tough Balancing Game in the Gulf

On February 17-18, 2019, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman made his first two-day state visit to Pakistan as part of a  major regional tour after Khashoggi’s  murder had blighted  the  shine  of the  Kingdom’s  de  facto  ruler  in  the  West  as  a reformer ...

Pakistan-India Standoff: Lessons and Way Forward

Pakistan India Standoff: Lessons and Way Forward from ipipk Download Working Paper here

REPORT: THE PETROL CRISIS OF JUNE 2020

Energy security means ensuring the uninterrupted availability of various energy sources at affordable rates. It has various facets including the long-term planning for meeting the development needs of the country and at the same time ensuring the resilience of the domestic supply chain to...

More Clarity on Relief Package Needed

As the country moved towards a lockdown because of surging Coronavirus cases, expectations of a relief package from the government for providing much-needed support to the economy grew. The ‘wish-list’ was quite expansive; from massive reduction in POL prices to funding of utility stores...

Embracing Uncertainties

A higher FY21 fiscal deficit is expected, at least the way things are poised now, landing at least around this year’s provisional deficit of 9.1% (which itself, given historical trends, could be revised upwards), if not higher. In such circumstances it is natural to...

The Israel Lobby

“Great is the guilt of an unnecessary war,” warned John Adams, one of the founding fathers and subsequently, the second president of the United States (US). But, long gone are the days when the American Revolution was correlated with a beacon of hope for the...

The Himalayan Face-off

Tensions between India and China are back on the world’s longest unsettled border. From the first week of May 2020, India and Chinese border troops have engaged in physical brawls along the disputed border, first near Pangong Lake in Ladakh and then days later...

Moving forward with CPEC

Pakistan and China have entered the second phase of the project. Syeda Mamoona Rubab explains what that entails Pakistan and China have sealed the deal for the next phase of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). This is good news for both partners, but the job...

The Kashmir quagmire: Options for Pakistan

By Asma Khalid The unresolved Kashmir dispute is the defining factor in the bilateral relations between India and Pakistan. Since the partition of the sub-continent, the Kashmir issue has been described as the unfinished agenda of the partition of British India and now many more...
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