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THE debate on extremism often gets muddled when it comes to the issue of narrative. A segment of Pakistani society believes that there is a need for developing counter narratives to defeat extremist ideologies and forces in the country. Nonetheless, extremists claim they are the custodians of the mainstream narrative in the country which the state has compromised under external obligations and compulsions.. ..’. ..

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THE recent announcement of the internal security policy is an important development. It is perhaps for the first time that a political government has announced its vision of Pakistan’s security. The policy has three major elements: dialogue with all stakeholders; isolating terrorists from their support bases; and enhancing deterrence through capacity-building to enable the security apparatus to neutralise threats to internal security ..
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THE situation is not just about talks vs operation. The plot is far more complex than it appears. At the moment, an operation seems to be the better option; but there are many constraints. And as opposed to the state, it is the Pakistani Taliban, both ‘good’ and ‘bad’, that appear to be benefiting more from the current situation..’. ..
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The Arab Spring: Impact and Implications
Pak Institute for Peace Studies organized a three-day international conference in Kathmandu, Nepal from February 28 to March 2, 2014 in conjunction with Beijing–based Institute of Ethnic Minority Groups Development Research (IEMGDR) and the Institute for Global Engagement (IGE), USA. The conference focused on two themes: the Arab Spring: impact and implications; and religion and security. Read On >>
Prosperity and Stability Require Investment in Education
The state of education in Pakistan is miserable and requires an emergency response. The developing nations are progressing fast because of their investment in education. Both Pakistani state and society have to realize that the dream of prosperity and stability cannot be fulfilled without focusing on education. Being a teacher, parent, religious scholar .Read On >>

Editors and columnists of Islamic periodicals agree to play their role in ending education emergency in Pakistan
The federal and provincial governments should take immediate steps required to implement the Article 25-A of the Constitution which ensures the free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years. Also, there is need for establishing a national commission comprising members from all segments of society to formulate a
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