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  • Turkiye–Pakistan Defence Cooperation: Evolving Dynamics

    Shared security interests and Turkiye’s growing indigenous capabilities will likely ensure that the Pakistan–Turkiye defence cooperation continues on its upward trajectory.

    February 09, 2024

    Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan: Unravelling Pakistan’s Enduring Threat

    The 4 November 2023 attack on the Pakistan Air Force base by an affiliate of the TTP highlights the threat posed by the group to the Pakistani state.

    November 16, 2023

    Nawaz Sharif’s Return and Prospects for India–Pakistan Relations

    Nawaz Sharif's statements on forging 'good ties' with India after his return to Pakistan are unlikely to translate to any meaningful forward movement in bilateral ties.

    November 16, 2023

    पाकिस्तान में इसाई अल्पसंख्यकों की बढ़ती मुश्किलें: जरांवाला हमले के विशेष सन्दर्भ में

    पाकिस्तान में इस्लामी चरमपंथ को मिल रहे उच्चस्तरीय राजनीतिक एवं सैन्य संरक्षण के कारण अल्पसंख्यकों के खिलाफ हिंसा की घटनाएँ बढ़ी हैं और उन्हें उनके ही देश में द्वितीय श्रेणी के नागरिक का जीवन जीना पड़ रहा है|

    August 25, 2023

    Is Pakistan a Good Choice for Renewal of GSP+ Status?

    Given the violations of international conventions linked with the European Union’s GSP scheme, Pakistan’s GSP+ status must not be renewed.

    June 07, 2023

    Political Turmoil in Pakistan Raises More Questions Than Answers

    Pakistan’s political culture has become not conducive for democratic politics, at a time when the country is faced with the possibility of economic default and increasing attacks of insurgent groups from within.

    May 22, 2023

    Saurav Pandey asked: How does the current political and security turmoil in Pakistan affect India’s security?

    Nazir Ahmad Mir replies: Pakistan has perennially faced domestic political crises and internal security challenges. In the ongoing political and economic crisis, politicians are entirely focused on safeguarding their personal and party interests. This is negatively impacting the economically weaker sections the most. To deal with the economic challenges, Islamabad has been seeking the help of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and ‘friendly countries’ like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and China.

    Emerging Fault Lines between Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban

    Given the ideological convergence the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has with the Taliban, the latter may not be able or willing to fulfil Pakistan’s demand that its activities be curbed.

    December 09, 2022

    Escalating Tensions between Pakistan and the Taliban

    Border clashes and failure to act against the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) have led to rising tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    December 09, 2022

    Vineet Ravindran asked: What is Pakistan's nuclear doctrine? Is it clearly defined like India's? What role does it play in Pakistan's security policy?

    Rajiv Nayan replies: Pakistan has not yet formally issued a nuclear doctrine. However, Pakistani officials keep issuing nuclear policy statements in different forums. The Pakistan Government and even the international community treat these declaratory statements as Pakistan’s nuclear doctrine.

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