Current Affairs Pakistan March 2016

Pak-Iran: Changing horizons – OpEd

>The evolution of Pakistan’s foreign policy in the last two years has been both rapid and positive. Fordecades, it has been hamstrung by the cloying dependency on particularly the Arab states in the Gulf region.

Read more March 25

Peacebuilding in South Asia: Challenges and Solutions | Zainab Ahmed

An acute shortage of capital, energy, water, skilled and educated manpower, healthcare facilities, housing and transport facilities have come together to keep the national economy in a perpetual state of under development.

Read more March 09

Population Planning: The Only way Forward | M Ziauddin

An acute shortage of capital, energy, water, skilled and educated manpower, healthcare facilities, housing and transport facilities have come together to keep the national economy in a perpetual state of under development.

Read more March 09

US-India Relations | Editorial

Two weeks ago, India was up in arms about the proposed sale of up to eight Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter jets, worth $700 million, from US to Pakistan. The sale was already facing controversy at the domestic front, as the US Senate’s Foreign Affairs.

Read more March 06

Pakistan’s Big Threat Isn’t Terrorism—It’s Climate Change | Sualiha Nazar

For decades, Pakistan has struggled to manage urgent crises, ranging from infrastructure woes to terrorism. While its policies focus on short-term conventional threats, a potentially devastating danger lurks in the shadows: climate change.

Read more March 06

Pak-US Strategic Dialogue | Editorial

Interestingly, Washington’s usual ‘do more’ gave way to a more specific list of demands at the 6thministerial review of the strategic dialogue, even though the gist of the request remains more or less the same.

Read more March 04

India and Pakistan — Prisoners of the Past | Talat Masood

Pakistan-India relations received a major setback after the Pathankot incident for which India blamed the Jaish-e-Mohammad to be the prime suspect for the attack. Narendra Modi, in a recent interview.

Read more March 04

Foreign Policy Trials | I.A. Rehman

AS if the task of saving the Nawaz-Modi initiative from being derailed was not challenging enough, Saudi Arabia’s aggressive drive to align Pakistan with itself is likely to test this country’s diplomatic skills to the utmost.

Read more March 02

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