Pakistan

Reaching peace in Afghanistan and the Pakistan factor

When Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan returned home last week after his 3-day trip to Washington, he received a hero’s welcome. It was as if he had just won the cricket World Cup. But given the relatively poor state of U.S.-Pakistan ties, there were concerns the meeting would not end so well.

Attack on Pakistan police academy shows reach of Islamic State

Islamic State’s propaganda arm yesterday posted a photograph of three fighters it claims were ­responsible for an attack on a police academy in Pakistan that killed 61 trainee officers.

Once were Warriors: The Militarized State in Narrating the Past

Bina D’Costa, ‘Once were Warriors: The Militarized State in Narrating the Past’, South Asian History and Culture, 5(4) 2014: 457-74.

'You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand': Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Bina D’Costa, ‘ “You Cannot Hold Two Watermelons in One Hand”: Gender Justice and Anti-State Local Security Institutions in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, in Hitoshi Nasu and Kim Rubenstein

Evaluating the United Nation's Agenda for Atrocity Prevention: Prospects for the International Regulation of Internal Security

Cecilia Jacob, ‘Evaluating the United Nation’s Agenda for Atrocity Prevention: Prospects for the International Regulation of Internal Security’, Politics and Governance, 3(3) 2015: 1

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