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The 87th issue of IPS News (July-September 2016) – the official newsletter of Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad – is now online. IPS News More...

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Brainstorming research ideas…

Brainstorming research ideas…

IPS LEAD – the Learning, Excellence and Development Program of Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) – invites all young social sciences and/or inter-disciplinary researchers, preferably enrolled in MPhil, LLM or PhD programs in ...

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CPEC Opportunities and Impediments: Prospects for Business Community

CPEC Opportunities and Impediments: Prospects for Business Community

Pakistan’s business community should prepare itself to be part of CPEC-connecting new international value chains and invest in research and development to enhance its capacity to meet the challenges and reap the opportunities the Chinese initiative was set to create in the near future.

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Quarterly IPS News, Issue 87 (July-September 2016)

Quarterly IPS News, Issue 87 (July-September 2016)

The 87th issue of IPS News (July-September 2016) – the official newsletter of Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad – is now online. IPS News is published quarterly with an aim to disseminate IPS activities ranging from seminars, symposia, conferences, interactions, dialogues, roundtables on multi-dimensional topics and capacity-building programs. IPS News also informs its readers about latest publications of IPS.

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Pakistan’s Exclusive Economic Zone: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies

Pakistan’s Exclusive Economic Zone: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies

Lack of awareness about its enormous maritime potential, especially among the ruling elite, was failing Pakistan as a nation to exploit its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the Indian Ocean – up to 200 nautical miles along the country’s 1000km coastline – which is extremely rich in biodiversity, seafood, minerals and hydrocarbon resources and covers an area more than the size of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces combined.

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IPS signs MoU with Iranian think tank

IPS signs MoU with Iranian think tank

An MoU between Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) and Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS), Tehran – a foreign policy think tank affiliated with Iran’s ministry of foreign affairs – was signed during a visit of a five-member IPIS delegation led by its President Dr Seyed Kazem

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Researchers from Sichuan University, China visit IPS

Researchers from Sichuan University, China visit IPS

IPS, as part of its China Studies Program, hosted a two-member Chinese delegation comprising Dr. Zeng Xiangyu and Ji Jingfeng from Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS), Sichuan University, Chengdu on July 28-29, 2016.

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Workshops on 'Citizen Journalism'

Workshops on 'Citizen Journalism'

IPS LEAD - the Learning, Excellence and Development Program of Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), Islamabad, in collaboration with Pakistan Youth Change Advocates (PYCA), organized a couple of two-day workshops on 'Citizen Journalism', for male and female students of media sciences/mass communication separately, on July 28-29 and August 1-2, 2016.

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Research

Developments in Kashmir: Dynamics and the Way Forward

Developments in Kashmir: Dynamics and the Way Forward

The recommendations are derived from the proceedings of a seminar, titled “Developments in Kashmir: Dynamics and the Way Forward” held on July 26, 2016, organized by Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad.

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Federal Budget 2016-17: A Review

Federal Budget 2016-17: A Review

The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), Islamabad has regularly been coming up with its pre-budget proposals and post-budget analysis and recommendations, in order to assist the parliament, policy makers and all other stakeholders to review the budget. The following analysis has been prepared by a special IPS Task Force.

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CPEC: The Energy Component

CPEC: The Energy Component

Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) organized a roundtable session titled “CEPC: The Energy Component” on June 1, 2016. This brief report is based on the proceedings of the roundtable, which was addressed by Syed Akhtar Ali, member energy, Planning Commission of Pakistan as the main speaker..

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Obama's Unfulfilled Promise of Nuclear Weapons Free World

Obama's Unfulfilled Promise of Nuclear Weapons Free World

As Obama heads towards closing his tenure in the White House, any tangible movement towards his much touted ‘global zero’ is nowhere in sight.

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State of Economy and Budget 2016-17

State of Economy and Budget 2016-17

The foremost objective of the economic policy making and management is, by no means, mere stabilization. Budget for 2016-17 should be based on long-term economic and development priorities of the nation, with focus on human development and wellbeing... ”

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Elections and Political System in Iran

Elections and Political System in Iran

The election results, both from Feb. 26 and the run-off elections held on Friday, April 29, clearly show that the Iranian hardliners and the conservatives have been outmaneuvered by its moderates.

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Net Metering: An Alternate Source of Power for Electricity Consumers

Net Metering: An Alternate Source of Power for Electricity Consumers

Net-metering – initiative for mitigating demand supply gap in the distribution of electric power in the country, is an encouraging development endorsed by NEPRA through passage of requisite regulations. Institute of Policy Studies held consultative roundtable session on, “Net Metering: An Alternate Source of Power for Electricity Consumers” on January 19, 2016.

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