1 March 2021
By PR Course Scholars
Abhiruchi Chowdhury, Sneha M, Farzia Yashmeen Chaliha, and Rishabh Yadav
Anti-IMF sentiment in Pakistan
By Abhiruchi Chowdhury
The lack of accountability of Government and Military Officials in using the funds from IMF is one of the foremost reasons for manufacturing an Anti-IMF sentiment in the people of Pakistan.
The Dramatic Episode of NA-75 Sialkot By-Election
By Sneha M
The NA-75 election mirrors Pakistan's weak democratic institutions and calls for an immediate electoral reform.
Pakistan's interest in Afghanistan
By Farzia Yashmeen Chaliha
Pakistan aims to improve Afghanistan's socio-economic growth for two reasons: it aims to increase its own geo-strategic power and looks at Afghanistan as a gateway to Central Asia.
Ceasefire at LoC: Step towards normalisation
By Rishabh Yadav
The ceasefire agreement signals a posture towards reducing military tensions and returning to the normal state of ties. However, if concrete steps are not taken to address each other's core concerns, the relationship will again return to the dark phase.