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Coal: From Thar to Gadani

Coal: From Thar to Gadani

Thar coal could be a game changer for Pakistan’s energy needs if exploited efficiently. The incompetency, corruption and lack of interest at the power corridors however are the major hurdles in the realization of this invaluable potential.

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DG IPS remarks on the book launch

IPS, as most of you are aware, is one of the pioneering think tanks in the country.

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Economic Impact of Illicit Trade

Economic Impact of Illicit Trade

Irfan Shahzad, Lead Coordinator, Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) spoke on “Economic Impact of Illicit Trade” in a seminar organized by Pakistan Broadcast Journalists’ Association with the title “Role of Media in Curbing Illicit Trade in Pakistan” on November 27, 2014.

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Mr. Yao Wen speech on the book launch

Following is the text of address made by Mr. Yao Wen, Chargé d’ Affaires, Embassy of People’s Republic of China, on the occasion of Ambassador (r) Muhammad Yunus’s book launching ceremony held at IPS on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.

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Ambassador (r) Tariq Fatemi's Message for the book launch

Message of SAPM to the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) on the occasion of Ambassador Muhammad Yunus’s Book Launching Ceremony at IPS on November 26, 2014

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Barrister Saadia Abbasi's speech on the book launch

Following is the text of speech made by Barrister Saadia Abbasi, former senator and member IPS - National Academic Council, on the occassion of Ambassador (r) Muhammad Yunus’s book launching ceremony held at IPS on November 26, 2014.

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IPS Press launches book authored by Ambassador (r) Mohammed Yunus

IPS Press launches book authored by Ambassador (r) Mohammed Yunus

The strategic and economic interests of China and Pakistan are intertwined and for the very reason China is the only world power, which is genuinely interested in the stability, integrity and progress of Pakistan and is rightly regarded as its ‘mainstay’.

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Research

Iran’s Nuclear Program: The Deal, Prospects and Implications

Iran’s Nuclear Program: The Deal, Prospects and Implications

Transcript of the presentation by Dr. Nazir Hussain, Associate Professor, School of Politics and International Relations, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, at the seminar titled “Iran’s Nuclear Program: The Deal, Prospects and Implications” held at Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad, on September 24, 2014.

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FATA Oil and Gas

FATA Oil and Gas

Development Initiatives in FATA (II) - FATA's Oil and Gas Sector: Prospects and Strategies’ is a seminar brief published by Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad, is based on the proceedings of a seminar held at the Institute on September 19, 2014, as part of a series of programs focusing on development related aspects in Pakistan’s tribal and frontier areas.

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{Article} China’s ties with India and Pakistan

{Article} China’s ties with India and Pakistan

The Pakistan leg of President Xi Jinping’s visit to South Asia has been postponed and new dates of the visit will be worked out between Beijing and Islamabad in days ahead.

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Federal Budget 2014-15: A Review

Federal Budget 2014-15: A Review

Federal Budget 2014-15: A Review' is a post-budget review report published by the Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad. It is based on seminar held at the institute on June 6, 2014.

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Pre-budget report on 'State of Pakistan's Economy and Budget 2014-15'

Pre-budget report on 'State of Pakistan's Economy and Budget 2014-15'

State of Pakistan's Economy and Budget 2014-15' is a pre-budget report published by the Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad. It is based on the seminar held at the institute on May 14, 2014.

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National Agenda for Policy-oriented Research

National Agenda for Policy-oriented Research

As the country moves ahead steadily after the 2013 elections, certain key issues confronting the nation should be on the priority of think-tanks and research organizations with an aim to present policy-oriented advice.

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Quest for Peace: Dealing with Militancy

Quest for Peace: Dealing with Militancy

Considering the wide-ranging dynamics of militancy the country is faced with, dialogue and negotiated settlement – keeping in view the larger regional security context as well as long term structural aspects – provides the ideal way forward.

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