Journal of Political Studies

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 2, Winter

An Analytical Study of Pakistan's Policy toward Afghanistan before the Taliban's Rise
AbstractPakistan and Afghanistan are interlocked into numerous connections ranging from geographical proximity, ethnic religious commonalities to historical experiences. But no harmony of interests or shared strategic considerations for the region and...
An Insight into the Philosophical Dynamics of Al-Qaeda
AbstractAl-Qaeda, headed long by Osama bin Laden (OBL), has convincingly emerged as the most powerful and ideologically motivated organization with objectives to politically spread worldwide itself and its ideological stance in the post-cold war period....
Conflict Prevention and the New Provincial Map of Pakistan: A Case Study of Hazara Province
AbstractThis article will examine in detail how conflicts can be prevented in the new provincial set-up of Pakistan. There exists a potential threat of the outbreak of conflict between different ethnic and lingual groups if new provinces are created...
Foreign Policy of Pakistan: Internal Challenges
AbstractSince the post Cold War period, Pakistan has been in the face of diverse challenges. No doubt, the relative stability and predictability of that era has disappeared and a large number of regional and global alignments have lost significance as...
Globalization and Its Impact on Employment: Evidence from Pakistan
AbstractThe core purpose of the analysis is to explore the influence of Globalization on Pakistan's employment situation. The study is based on time series data covering the period from 1972 to 2010. The study has applied Johansen Cointegration technique...
Indian Ocean: Global and Regional Strategies
AbstractThe term Indian Ocean States is applied to both coastal and landlocked states. In the connection total 51states are remained under discussion in the Indian Ocean strategies. Their issues and problems are diverse. These issues have made the India...
Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline: Cost-Benefit Analysis
AbstractIran-Pakistan (IP) Gas Pipeline is considered a controversial project in Pakistan. A large number of professionals believe that IP Gas Pipeline is an energy lifeline for Pakistan. In their view, due to common borders with Iran, financially and...
Pakistan and the Geopolitics of Supply Routes to Afghanistan
AbstractUneasy lies the head that wears a crown and due to significant geostrategic location of Pakistan its foreign policy, at the out set, remained a tight rope walk for the decision makers at the helm of affairs. This paper explores geostrategic significance...
Pakistan's Domestic Constraints Viz-a-Viz India in Lahore Declaration 1999, Agra Summit 2001 and Peace Talks 2004
AbstractThe bitter history of India-Pakistan relations urged the leaders of the two countries to revive the Lahore process so that both these neighbours will move together building a prosperous and vibrant future for their people as the history had threatened...
Police Order 2002: A Critique
AbstractPakistan inherited police law from British and there was a need to change it according the requirements of the new state. A number of committees and commissions were formed to reform the police but their recommendations could not be implemented....
Relevance of Violence with Social Well Being of Working Adolescents in Pakistan
AbstractViolence permeates human life with its multidimensional consequences for the victims. Social significance of violence for children and adolescents has been a focus of both the sociologists and social psychologists. This is because of the very...
South Asian Security Compulsions: A Historical Analysis of India-Pakistan Relations
AbstractThe region of South Asia has always been highly important in the global politics because of its sensitive geographical location. India and Pakistan are two major countries of this region, which came into being as a result of the division of Sub-Continent...
The Muslims of India: Policies and Practices
AbstractThe Indian Muslims have been facing serious setbacks since the independence despite the Indian government declared to have secular system. In many domains of life, the Indian Muslims are being deprived of their legal rights. Having profound percentage...
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