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INDO-PAK RELATIONS: ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS BACK

Canberra, 5 September 2014 Background After a span of fifteen years, the Indo-Pakistan equation has returned to a replay of the situation as it existed prior to the Kargil War in 1999—the parties in power in both the nations are the same and Pakistan is edging towards another attempt at becoming a democracy. 1999 was […]

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ELECTIONS IN PAKISTAN

Canberra, 23 May 2013 DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH WAITING FOR SURPRISES Introduction For some time during the election campaign in Pakistan, there was an audible sway of hope and vitality—the slogan of hope and change. However, it was drowned; as quickly as its effervescence had tried to assert itself; in the sweeping wave of the […]

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