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Pakistan-Sri Lanka Ties: An Analysis. By MD Phatik Hasan

 Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Sri Lanka on February 23 and 24 at the invitation of Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa. This is his first visit to Lanka after coming to power. He said, ‘I go to cricket after finishing my studies, and you (Mahinda Rajapaksa)

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Nexus of Terror: State-Sponsored Terrorism and the Case of Afghanistan. EFSAS Study Papers

Introduction: Global terrorism continues to be a multifaceted security threat that decisively shapes the policies of political actors worldwide. An important component of contemporary terrorism is the financing mechanisms connected to the activities of terrorist organizations (TOs): TOs have prov

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EFSAS Commentary: The international community must do more in Myanmar to avoid being disregarded as powerless and inconsequential

The tendency towards authoritarianism, the flagrant disregard for painstakingly agreed rules and conventions of international order, the denigration of human rights across wide and dispersed geographies, and the seeming inability of those tasked with preventing these to do so has meant that event

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EFSAS Study Papers: Pursuing the Caliphate: Pan-Islamism and Ideological Delocalization in the Kashmir Conflict

In August 2019, the Indian government nullified Article 370 of the Indian Constitution, ending State Subject Rule (SSR) in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). For the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), nullifying Article 370 had been a long-standing political aim (India Today, 2019). SSR had been in place in

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Rise or Resurgence? China’s ‘Century of Humiliation’ and the Role of Historical Memory in Contemporary China. EFSAS Study Papers

Introduction: Much of the discussion in academic and think tank circles in recent years has focused on the nature and implications of what has been dubbed as China’s ‘rise’. Following China’s astronomical economic development in the 1980s, two times Pulitzer Prize winner N

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Khaksar Martyrs' Day. By Nasim Yousaf

Martyrs' Day is observed on March 19th to pay homage to the Khaksars who were injured or sacrificed their lives to free Muslims and non-Muslims from British rule.



March 19, 1940 was a black day in the history of the Indian subcontinent and cannot be forgotten. On this day, police op

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South Asian Women’s Economic Empowerment - the Unfinished Agenda. EFSAS Article

Introduction: Since the turn of the century, South Asia has emerged as one of the most dynamic sub-regions in the world, parading with rapid economic growth and remarkable improved socio-economic conditions. These structural transformations have translated into expanding and enhanced employment o

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Book review Never give up: "Winners never quit and quitters never win". By Jawed Panhwar

A self-motivated book that has been written by Nisar Brohi,as being a part of 21st century’s creature it's very essential for us to be courageous and expert in every field to walk with the modern world with shoulder to shoulder, how to remove the hurdles from life to make it prosper, ho

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‘Fierce Tigresses’ or Cogs in the Wheel? An Examination of LTTE Female Suicide Terrorism. EFSAS Article

 Introduction: On 21 May 1991, former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi was attending a campaign meeting in the southern town of Sriperumbudur in support of a Congress Party candidate in the forthcoming general elections. As he was greeted by a crowd of supporters, an unfamiliar woman prese

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A brief overview of the changing contours of Terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir: EFSAS Study Papers

Introduction: On 24 February 2019, a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device attack in the Pulwama district of Indian Administered Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) claimed the lives of 44 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel, further injuring scores of others. Without delay, the internation

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Ancient traces of a history from whence we came: Albanian churches

The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) has produced a documentary archival video footage “Ancient traces of a history from whence we came: Albanian churches” that features the ancient history of the Albans who had lived side-by-side in harmony in Azerbaijani territories with

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Asia’s Other Dragon: Bhutan’s Role in Eastern Himalayan Security Affairs. EFSAS Article

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In 2020, the clashes between Chinese and Indian security forces in the Galwan Valley and subsequent inter-State tensions between China and India came to dominate international headlines as Beijing and New Delhi accused one another of a change of the territorial status quo i

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The Sectarianization of Society, Culture and Religion in Gilgit-Baltistan. EFSAS Study paper

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Landlocked between Afghanistan, China, Pakistan and India, the region of Gilgit-Baltistan, now administered by Pakistan, is a disputed and culturally unique space that remains vastly understudied in politico-cultural analyses of Pakistan and South Asia as a whole. Gilgit-Ba

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Ethnic, Cultural and Religious Diversity in Jammu & Kashmir: Perceptions on unity and discord - Demise of Kashmiriyat. EFSAS Study

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“We must always remember Kashmir is not a thing to be bandied about between India-Pakistan. It has a soul of its own; it has an individuality of its own. We cannot, certainly much less Pakistan, play with it as if it were something in the political game between the tw

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Pakistan’s plan to usurp Gilgit Baltistan and further divide Jammu & Kashmir is disquieting. EFSAS Commentary

It had been underlined in the EFSAS Commentary of 08-05-2020 that Gilgit Baltistan, which had been an integral part of the erstwhile Princely State of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), had legally acceded to India in October 1947 after the British colonial rulers had left. Despite the accession, Pak



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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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