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Rethinking the Significance of Refugee Laws for Pakistan

Key Points: Pakistan, a dualist state, maintain the separation between national and international law, yet has not ratified the 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol, which define refugee rights and…

The Unjust Removal of Afghans from Pakistan Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Unjust Removal of Afghans from Pakistan

At a press conference on October 3, former caretaker Interior Minister Sarfraz Bugti announced that all illegal immigrants had until November 1 to voluntarily leave Pakistan, or they would be…

Safeguarding Human Security amidst Climate-Induced Displacement and Afghan Refugee Influx in Pakistan Articles Asia Energy & Environment

Safeguarding Human Security amidst Climate-Induced Displacement and Afghan Refugee Influx in Pakistan

Since the end of the Cold War, the concept of security has evolved, challenging traditional realist assumptions. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) introduced the idea of “human security”, which…

Contradictions Between Pakistan’s Refugee Repatriation and Foreign Policy Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Contradictions Between Pakistan’s Refugee Repatriation and Foreign Policy

The communist regime in the 1980s stripped Afghan refugees of their citizenship and properties for fleeing war-torn Afghanistan to Pakistan and other countries. However, in 2001, following the US-led invasion…

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