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Pakistan's Failing Economy Arises from Oversized Pak Army's Budget

Paper No. 6441          Dated 13-Oct-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan in 2018 has ended up as a ‘Economically Failed State’ chiefly due to massive appropriations by Pakistan Army GHQ in Rawalpindi with no questions dare asked nor accountability called for by Pakistan’s elected/nominated Prime Ministers sitting in Islamabad. Pakistan’s gullible populace is sedated by Pakistan Army hierarchy that this is required to face Pakistan’s threats emanating from both flanks.

Pakistan New PM-Imran Khan: Nothing Changes

Paper No. 6411                          Dated 20-Aug-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

PM Imran Khan, Pakistan’s twenty second Prime Minister sworn on August 18 2018 was not swept into office with a thumping political majority but a cobbled coalition of sorts. Hovering over PM Imran Khan emerging as Prime Minister was an unsavoury reputation that PM Imran Khan’s emergence as PM was scripted and facilitated by the new power duopoly of Pakistan Army-Supreme Court Judiciary.

Pakistan General Elections- Sobering Thoughts the day After

Paper No. 6400 . Dated 26-July-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan's Political Dynamics in Run-up to General Elections- May 2018

Paper No. 6351                                Dated 26-Feb-2018
By Dr Subhash Kapila
 
Pakistan’s politically churning dynamics in the run-up to its General Elections mid-2018 throws no surprises in the continuance of Pakistan Army’s obsessive fixation to prevent the return of Former PM Nawaz Sharif  and an equally determined PML-N under Nawaz Sharif in a confrontationist mode with the Pakistan Army to return to power.
 

Pakistan September 2017: State of the Nation & its Regional Implications

Paper No. 6310                                    Dated 07-Oct-2017

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan in September 2017 perceptionaly appears in an existential crisis wherein all major pillars of state stand engulfed in a systemic failure likely to endanger regional security and a crisis from which Pakistan cannot retrieve itself without a change of existing mindsets by Pakistan’s policy establishment.

Pakistan Military Establishment Geopolitically Cornered

Paper No. 6121                                  Dated 06-Jun-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Emerging geopolitical power- play in which Pakistan finds itself in the vortex and the resultant “reality-bites” seem to have overwhelmingly stung the Pakistan military establishment which may generate implications for India.

Setback to India’s Pak Policy and the China Factor

Paper No. 6099                               Dated 12-Apr-2016

By Bhaskar Roy

Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India, Abdul Basit practically scuttled the progress of the bilateral peace process when he indicated (April 07) in New Delhi that the talks between India and Pakistan was suspended, and there was no reciprocal visit on agenda by an Indian investigation team to Pakistan. 

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