Current Affairs Pakistan April 2016

SCO: A Game Changer | Sehar Kamran

>“We are aware that regional economic development is a necessary prerequisite to peace and stability. [..] I have no doubt in my mind that our region is capable of taking a quantum leap into an unchartered future. "

Read more April 27

Water — Pakistan’s Most Critical Challenge | Dr Manzoor Ahmad

>“Of all the challenges Pakistan is facing, water is the most critical. The country is among the leading five that face extremely high water stress and low access to safe drinking water and sanitation, according to the World Resources Institute.

Read more April 24

Sharing of Sensitive Nuclear Information | Nasir Hafeez

>“The Nuclear Security Summit held in Washington D.C. concluded with a joint communiqué on April 1, 2016. This communiqué touched all the important aspects of nuclear security which are desired to be given enduring priority.

Read more April 10

The Curious Case of The Indian Spy | Sehar Kamran

>“All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations.

Read more April 10

Growing Pak-Russia Ties | Sarwat Rauf

THE breakup of the Soviet Union should not be taken to underestimate Russia’s economic power and its geopolitical influence. Its resources and high scientific technological assets are still intact and in order to achieve its financial gains, Russia is seeking new partners in Asia.

Read more April 09

Any Judicial Reforms in Sight? | Imtiaz Gul

Pakistanis are great talkers. Charmers. Populists. High on complaints and diagnosis. Low on solutions — pro-active and reactive actions for course correction. The chorus of pontifications and lofty rhetoric from top positions grows ever louder.

Read more April 06

India’s Pakistan Strategy | Munir Akram

INDIA’S ambitions of achieving Great Power status cannot be fully realised unless Pakistan is strategically neutralised. A conventional military defeat of Pakistan has been a costly and unlikely option ever since the latter acquired a credible nuclear deterrence capability.

Read more April 04

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Read more April 17