Tag Archives: Peace

Pakistan: Source of Stability in South Asia?

Burhan Ullah Pakistan has had her fair share in world affairs and news since her inception in 1947. The three wars fought with India – 1965, 1971 and 1999 are the primary reasons for it. Its importance increased since 9/11 dramatically as Pakistan became an ‘ally’ in the war on terror. The so-called war on terror brought terror to Pakistan ...

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Restoring Peace in Balochistan

Shahzada Zulfiqar Government’s efforts of carrying out targeted and information based operations against the militants, across Balochistan, and offering general amnesty to Baloch fighters have yielded some results in form of restoring relative peace in the province. Under the National Action Plan (NAP), the government in consultation with military high ups of the province drew a road map for peace ...

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Golden Opportunity for Peace in Balochistan

Naila Tasneem The recent call for peace talks by Brahamdagh Bugti to become part of dialogue process for resolving issues of Balochistan has been hailed by media, political stakeholders, Balochistan government and people all over the country alike. Positive developments coming out of Balochistan is always heartening for every Pakistani. If negotiations are encouraged we can move towards restoring peace ...

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All Modern Successful States Are Secular: Intellectual

Adnan Aamir Quetta – All the modern successful states are secular, said intellectual and political activist Rahat Malik, on Monday. Rahat Malik was speaking at Talk Show held by Pak-US Alumni Network (PUAN) in Quetta Press Club (QPC) as a part of PUAN Pakistan Peace Week. Mr. Malik further added that insecurity among citizens due to economic, social and cultural ...

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