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PAKISTAN’S HOLD ON EXTREMISM

Author: COL SHAILENDER ARYA

The Chinese concerns of peace in Afghanistan, regional stability, security to CPEC infrastructure and preventing spill over of extremism to Xinjiang need to be addressed, even if they reduce the operating space for State-sponsored terrorist groups in Pakistan. While on one hand, Pakistan shall incrementally be indebted to China, on the other hand, there shall be a restraint on the revisionist ideology and terror-export tactics of the ‘deep State’ in Pakistan.

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CAN IMRAN BREAK MILITARY GRIDLOCK?

Author: PROF SATISH KUMAR

Imran’s new cabinet has 12 members who were ministers during the Pervez Musharraf dictatorship. It made it clear that cabinet was also decided by the army. Vajpayee doctrine for Imran Khan could work like a magical wand. Indian government, under Modi, is willing to work with the new regime in Pakistan, provided it stops infiltrations and terrorism. Vajpayee was lenient to an extent but very clear-headed so far as national security was concerned. Indian PM Modi has said during the surgical strikes that bomb and talk cannot happen at the same time. It is up to Imran Khan to decide whether he is swayed by the military or he is ready to follow the lessons of the Vajpayee doctrine.

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GLOBAL NEWS FRAMES: PAK ELECTIONS

Author: KRITI SINGH

The election concluded with victory of cricketerturned- politician Imran Khan and his idea of ameliorating present failing state into ‘Naya Pakistan’ amidst anticipated political instability due to envisioned reforms, possibility of collapse of new government, far-reaching challenges for the new leadership to achieve and fear of a puppet government in garb of democracy with the strings attached with the Pakistan military, as history have tendency to repeat itself. In words of Muhammad Iqbal, “Nations are born in the hearts of poets, they prosper and die in the hands of politicians.”

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DEMOCRACY UNDER DEBT: THE BLEAK FUTURE

Author: VIJAY KUMAR YADAV

The recent election held in Pakistan received severe allegations of military interference, while newspapers are awash with accusations of military “engineering” and journalists and media houses complain of growing censorship. These harsh realities of Pakistan indicate the bleak future of democracy in the country especially when it is still enthusiastic to enter into further debt.

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UNHOLY NEXUS

Author: MANISHA CHAURASIYA

Human development tends to takes a back seat when internal security and law and order are challenged in a state. Adding to the trouble, the political parties in Pakistan has had a history of flagging anti-India agenda for selfish political gains. Through the issue of Kashmir, they attempt to notoriously play with the sentiments of masses through systematic brainwashing, sowing hatred, and going for “extraordinary” measures like training non-state actors, mujahideens.


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