Islamabad Policy Institute is proud to present this year’s report Pakistan Outlook 2021 — Politics, Economy & Security. The report analyzes important trends in an effort to help the readers understand the happenings in the country, and how those could affect the events in the year ahead.

We had, in our inaugural edition last year, given an in-depth analysis and forecast of the political, foreign policy, security, and economic trends in the country. New additions in this year’s edition are overviews of the energy and public health sectors.

The various issues discussed in this report have been explored through both domestic and international lens by the experts, who have contributed to this report.

Year 2020 has rightly been described as the lost year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The year has been defined by the disruptions in the routine lives, the resulting economic losses and the deaths it caused. Pakistan luckily escaped the worst partly because of younger population, climate, and some aggressive containment measures. Read More….

Previous articleOverview
Next articlePakistan Outlook 2021 Politics, Economy & Security
The Islamabad Policy Institute (IPI) is a nonpartisan, independent policy research institute based in Islamabad. Our goal is to undertake in-depth analysis of challenges and choices confronting Pakistan. We aim to help policymakers and public better understand the world, region and Pakistan-specific challenges and opportunities. We make efforts to engage government, civil society, private sector, media, academia in open debates and dialogue on the most significant developments in national and international affairs. We envision contributing to policy-making through periodic policy-papers putting forward policy-recommendations developed in collaboration with experts and stakeholders in each area. IPI takes no institutional position on policy issues.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here