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The internal security challenge

The year 2021 was significant for Pakistan’s security and militant landscape in many ways. First, the Afghan Taliban took power in Kabul that many believe will only embolden the religious-ideological movements and militant groups operating in the region, including Pakistan. Secondly, episodes of violent...

The deepening political and economic cries

Raza Ahmad Rumi The year 2021 ended with a brewing political crisis and economic meltdown that was long in the making. During 2022, both these crises are likely to intensify – thereby resulting in regime change or mass protests, which will pose yet another challenge...

Is COVID-19 becoming endemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we know it. It also had profound influences on our individual lives as we can see from our routines and priorities. Many say the world has changed forever. But 2022 could be the year of return to...

Pakistan’s economic landscape

Farhan Rizvi FY21 closed on a positive promising recovery of 3.9% and the government is now targeting 5% growth ahead which has become evident after vaccines were rolled out, coupled with the continuation of stable economic activity during the last COVID19 waves. The agricultural sector...

Transforming the power sector

Arooj Asghar Since the establishment of the Water And Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in 1958, the entire investment in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity was made by the public sector through this agency, which effectively created its monopoly in the country. The bulk...

Ensuring energy security

Dr. M. Ilyas Fazil Background Pakistan faces a multitude of challenges, with all of them directly impacting the citizens of the country – the pressures from IMF, the volatile prices of energy in the international marketplace, and the depleting indigenous natural resources. All these factors impact...
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