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Multiculturalism and Islam in Europe PDF Print E-mail
Islam and the West
Written by Shireen M. Mazari   

multiculturalismIntolerance of Islam and Muslims’ way of life has been on the rise in various European countries particularly during last few years.

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DG IPS Visits Istanbul PDF Print E-mail
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01_thumbDG IPS Khalid Rahman visited Istanbul on December 11-13 where he held meetings with a number of Turkish organizations and scholars. He met Dr. Mustafa Özel of Bilim Ve Sanat Vakfi, nurse a research institute founded in 1985 under the guidance of Dr. Ahmed Doud Oglo, currently the Foreign Minister of Turkey.

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DG Khalid Rahman Participated in a Conference at UNHCR HQ PDF Print E-mail
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1_thumbIssues related to refugees and displaced persons, herbal particularly with reference to Afghanistan, have been an active area of research at IPS. In that context, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and IPS has carried out joint projects, namely dialogues and publications.

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Pakistan's Energy Sector: Challenges and Prospects PDF Print E-mail
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02Former Pakistan Petroleum Minister Usman Aminuddin suggested that a single federal energy ministry should be established, order merging together the ministries of petroleum and natural resources and water and power

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Sino-Iran Relations: Current Developments and Future Scenario PDF Print E-mail
Pakistan and its Neighbours
Written by Rashida Hameed   

sino_iranBilateral relations of China and Iran, prostate after having witnessed many ups and downs in the past, have been growing steadily in the recent years. A genial relationship between the two not only connects three regions; East Asia, West Asia and Central Asia, but also has the potential to positively affect the prevalent regional as well as global politics.

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Afghanistan Imbroglio An Appraisal PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Güenter Knabe, Tariq Fatemi   

Policy Perspectives, clinic Volume 8 , Number 1, January - June 2011

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[Evidently, the Afghanistan imbroglio is far from being settled down. Obama’s announcement of withdrawal plan; the initiative of London Conference that gave Kabul a green signal to carry out negotiations with the fighting groups; bilateral and multilateral initiatives, involving scores of countries having stakes in Afghanistan, for finding a workable solution to Afghan crisis; the surge in coalition troops and active military campaign for subduing the resistance movement; the diverging approaches of regional countries and their struggle of vying with others for achieving their own ‘national interests’ in Afghanistan; and rising confusion among the coalition forces led by the United States and even among different departments of US administration and establishment, have made the whole issue rather complex. After the dramatic shift in the US Congress and Senate following the 2010 midterm elections and the review of NATO’s Afghan policy in Lisbon Conference, the coalition strategy in Afghanistan seems to be garbing even more doubts and uncertainties.  – ]

 
Policy Perspectives July- December 2010 PDF Print E-mail
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pp_7_2thumbVolume 7, Number 2, July-December  2010 of Policy Perspectives has been published. Click 'Read More' to see the articles in the new issue.

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