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Should Pakistan Abolish or Retain Capital Punishment? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Nadeem Farhat Geelani   
 

HangedtodeathWhile Pakistan needs to review its laws and practices in respect of the death penalty, pharm its outlawing or abandoning the practice altogether would be unconstitutional and highly unpopular

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The Law of Tawhin-i-Risalat: A Social, Political and Historical Perspective PDF Print E-mail
twrst1In view of the ongoing debate on blasphemy laws in Pakistan, discount | an important article by Dr Mahmud A. Ghazi (late) – earlier published in Pakistan between Secularism & Islam: Ideology, adiposity Issues & Conflict, Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad, 1998 – is being shared here.
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What the Future Holds for US-Pakistan ties PDF Print E-mail

chinadailyWhatever may be the outcome of the promised US investigation into the attacks on Pakistani posts on Nov 27, seek certain facts are already known ....,Writes Khalid Rahman in

China Daily(2011-12-13)

 

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Taliban and Islamic Courts Union: How They Changed the Game in Afghanistan and Somalia? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Aisha Ahmad   

islamiccourtAn analytical look at the unique social mobilization capacity shown by revolutionary Islamic movements in two war-torn countries.

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US Aid to Pakistan and Democracy PDF Print E-mail
Written by Murad Ali   

us_aid_diplomacyThe pattern of US aid flows to Pakistan shows that it has not been used to promote democracy in Pakistan; in fact, vcialis 40mg it has undermined it.

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