Fahad Nabeel Articles by: Fahad Nabeel

Winning the War of Survival

Winning the War of Survival

Terrorism August 13, 2017 at 11:22 pm 0 comments

The emergence of Pakistan on the world map was not an end to the journey of struggle and sacrifices. It was just the beginning. Following its independence, the country faced a number of issues of alarming nature. Some of the main issues included the rehabilitation of refugees, unfair boundary distribution […]

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Violence in the Name of Cow Protection in India

Violence in the Name of Cow Protection in India

With the assumption of power by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in May 2014, Hindutva-linked cow protection groups have resurged back in the spotlight by either killing or beating cattle traders, beef-eaters and daily farmers, mostly Muslims and Dalits. The majority of India’s Hindus consider cows as sacred. The cow is […]

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Why ISIS Failed to Gain Foothold in Pakistan?

Why ISIS Failed to Gain Foothold in Pakistan?

Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the deadliest terrorist organization the world has witnessed so far, has failed to penetrate Pakistan despite attempting several times to set up its operational presence here. Despite its failure, the terror group has been able to attract several sympathizers and was also able […]

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Hindutva Organisations Battle for India

Hindutva Organisations Battle for India

Ever since the assumption of power by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in May 2014, Hindutva outfits have been able to unleash themselves in a manner like never before. In recent years, organised schemes like public lynching, cow-vigilantism, anti Romeo squads, Love Jihad, Ghar Wapsi have been adopted by these […]

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Rise of Kashmir Ikhwan 2.0

Rise of Kashmir Ikhwan 2.0

In a significant development in the recent history of insurgency in Indian-held Kashmir (IHK), Hizbul Mujahideen commander Zakir Musa released a video on May 12 in which he warned the Hurriyat leadership to not term Kashmiri freedom struggle as a political movement. In the five minutes and 40 seconds video […]

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The RSS is increasing its presence in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Altering Demographics of Indian-held Kashmir

For almost seven decades, the issue of Jammu and Kashmir continues to remain the main dispute between two nuclear-armed neighbours India and Pakistan. The Jammu and Kashmir issue, is one of the oldest unresolved international disputes, which continues to threaten the stability of the region which is home to three […]

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The Prevention of Electronics Crimes Bill 2015

The Prevention of Electronics Crimes Bill 2015

Note: Original draft of the bill can be viewed at here The National Assembly Standing Committee on Information Technology approved the Version 4 [1] of the Prevention of Electronics Crime Bill, 2015 on 16th April. According to the Ministry of IT, the law deals with hate speech, terrorist activities on the internet […]

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Resuming the Stalled Afghan Peace Talks

Resuming the Stalled Afghan Peace Talks

In-House Analyses March 15, 2016 at 9:24 pm 1 comment

  The recent statement by the Afghan Taliban of not participating in talks with the Afghan government under the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) framework has put the Afghan peace process in deadlock once again. Last July, representatives of the Afghan government and Afghan Taliban met for the first time in […]

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Iran nuclear accord with P5+1: Implications and its effects

Iran nuclear accord with P5+1: Implications and its effects

Research Brief March 15, 2016 at 9:22 pm 0 comments

After years of negotiations and sanctions, Iran and P5+1 (the permanent members of UNSC and Germany, facilitated by the EU) finally signed a nuclear accord on 14th July 2015 in Vienna. The negotiations towards reaching ‘The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action’ on Iranian nuclear program began in November 2013. At […]

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Pathankot: An armored vehicle moves near the Indian Air Force base that was attacked by militants in Pathankot, Punjab on Saturday. PTI Photo  (PTI1_2_2016_000051B)

Pathankot Attack – Latest Attempt to Derail Pak-Indo Peace Process

Terrorism January 7, 2016 at 3:31 pm 0 comments

Five terrorists and seven security men were killed in an attack on Pathankot airbase in India’s Punjab state in the early hours of Saturday morning. This latest attempt is the second major attack that took place in Indian Punjab in the last six months. The attack happened within 24 hours […]

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