Category Archives: Peace & Conflict

Post-2015 Consultations on MDGs in Pakistan: Purpose and the Process

Pakistan has failed to meet most of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), where progress on 25 out of 33 indicators is off track. Speakers at a roundtable discussion on “Consultations on Post 2015 Development Agenda from Pakistani Perspective,” jointly organized … Continue reading

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Kashmir Issue: The key to peace

People living in the territory are tired of the conflict, and desperately hoping for a negotiated peace. Deadly skirmishes in the disputed region of Kashmir this month set India and Pakistan back at each other’s throats. Five soldiers were killed … Continue reading

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The Arab Spring

After the Iranian revolution, the Arab spring is a major development in the Arab World. Speakers at the seminar “The Arab Spring Two Years On, and the Destruction of Gaza: Results, Prospects, Consequences,” organized by SDPI in Islamabad, say the … Continue reading

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Sectarian Violence: A snapshot from History

 Raja Taimur Hassan To understand what has gone wrong with sectarian blood ship in Pakistan, there is need to revisit our history and explain those historians’s tails which have link with recent sectarian violence in Pakistan. But the dilemma is … Continue reading

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Changing Nature of War (Ejaz Haider’s lecture at QAU)

Sophisticated weapons and modern warfare might endanger humanity like never before, said columnist and Sustainable Development Policy Institute Senior Adviser Ejaz Haider on Wednesday. To Watch the lecture click here: He was speaking as a guest lecturer at Quaid-i-Azam … Continue reading

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