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June 2022
INSIDE PAKISTAN
a symposium on
domestic challenges and
external imperatives
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Next Month : Fables of Violence
symposium participants
•   THE PROBLEM
•   IMRAN'S NAYA PAKISTAN AND THE MADINA DREAM
•   POWER PLAY
•   IS RISING ISLAMISATION A REAL THREAT?
•   STATE OF PAKISTAN'S ECONOMY
•   HIGHWAY TO SUCCESS: IS THE CPEC A WINNER?
•   MODI TESTS PAKISTAN'S KASHMIR STRATEGY
•   FRIENDLY OVERTURES
•   FALL OF KABUL
•   MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD OF TURKEY AND PAKISTAN
•   CAN PAKISTAN REALLY BE CHINA'S 'IRON BROTHER'?
•   ON THE EDGE: RESETTING US-PAKISTAN RELATIONS
•   RUSSIA WARMS UP TO PAKISTAN
•   PAKISTAN, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND ISLAMISM
•   COMMENT
•   BOOKS
Posed  
by  
Imran  
Ahmed,  
Visiting  
Research  
Fellow,  
Institute
of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore
Zahid Shahab Ahmed, Research Fellow, Alfred Deakin
Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University,
Melbourne
Ayesha Siddiqa, Senior Fellow, Department of War Studies,
King's College, London
Imran Ahmed, Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of South
Asian Studies, National University of Singapore
Asma Hyder, Professor and Dean, School of Economics
and Social Sciences, Institute of Business Administration,
Karachi
Katharine Adeney, Professor of Comparative Politics,
University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
C. Raja Mohan, Visiting Research Professor, Institute of
South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore
Chulanee Attanayake, Research Fellow, Institute of South
Asian Studies, National University of Singapore; and
Mohammad Masudur Rahman, Visiting Research Fellow,
Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of
Singapore
Zahid Hussain, journalist and author, Islamabad
Ihsan Yilmaz, Research Chair in Islamic Studies and
Intercultural Dialogue, Deakin University, Victoria
Masood Khalid, former Pakistan Ambassador to China,
Islamabad
Touqir Hussain, former Ambassador of Pakistan; Senior Visiting
Research Fellow, Institute of South Asian Studies, National
University of Singapore, and Adjunct Professor, Georgetown
University, Washington DC
Syed Muhammad Saad Zaidi, PhD International Relations
Scholar, Bahria University, Islamabad
Matthew J. Nelson, Professor of Politics, SOAS, University of
London
Iqbal Singh Sevea, Director, Institute of South Asian Studies,
National University of Singapore
Reviewed
by
Iqbal
Singh
Sevea  
and  
Biren
Nanda