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  • Militants put half-hearted Pakistani counter-terrorism at crossroads

    Militants put half-hearted Pakistani counter-terrorism at crossroads0

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    • February 16, 2017

    A militant faction associated with the Pakistani Taliban has put Pakistani authorities, already under pressure from the United States and an Asian money laundering watchdog, at a crossroads in their hitherto half-hearted efforts to crack down on violent groups, some of which maintain close ties to Pakistani intelligence and the military. Jamaat-ul-Ahrar earlier this week

  • Ethnic Dimensions of South Asia

    Ethnic Dimensions of South Asia0

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    • February 13, 2017

    Ethnic Dimensions of South Asia Dr. Rajkumar Singh Introduction The terms ‘ethnic and ethnicity’ are used to include religious, racial, linguistic, tribal and similar divides which have been activated in the sociopolitical conflict in the present age. It is associated with a sense of identity arising from shared customs, language and culture, physical characteristics, and

  • CPEC AND THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING

    CPEC AND THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING2

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    • February 13, 2017

    CPEC AND THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING Ally R Memon The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), now increasingly operational, boasts of building further business ties along the Silk Road with various nations showing interests in the trading route. CPEC is set to change the strategic and geopolitical dimensions of the region with global logistical power

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