The Soft Power of the UK’s Pakistani Diaspora Articles Europe

The Soft Power of the UK’s Pakistani Diaspora

The Pakistani diaspora has contributed greatly to the social, economic, and cultural life of the United Kingdom (UK), which exemplifies its potential as a vehicle of soft power in relations…

Decoding Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Order 2020 Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Decoding Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Order 2020

The ethnic and religious composition of the disputed territory of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) has remained central to the decades-old conflict, primarily because the Kashmir independence movement stands on the…

The Red Right Hand and Another Tory Term Articles Europe Politics & Governance

The Red Right Hand and Another Tory Term

In John Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’, when Belial, a fallen angel, argues in favor of ending the war in heaven, he tries to unnerve his fellow rebels with the fear of…

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Land of Opportunity to Restricted Land: A Case of Economic Migrants

Migration has been going on since centuries. With the evolution of more organized forms of governance and politics, migration was made subject to rules and regulations but it never stopped. …

Afghanistan, Pakistan, Human Rights, Terrorism, Refugee Articles Asia

Pakistan’s Refugee Policy: Is Repatriation an Achievable Solution?

Pakistan is home to the third largest population of refugees. As of 2016, 1.6 million refugees reside in Pakistan, with the greater chunk of them being Afghan refugees. The State…

Afghanistan, Pakistan, UN, Afghan Refugee Articles Asia Politics & Governance Publications Region Themes

Dissipating Concerns Related to the Afghan Refugee Issue

The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979 changed Pakistan in many ways. Perhaps the most significant effect was the massive influx of Afghan nationals into the state of Pakistan. The…

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