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In comparison to 2018, terror attacks have declined by 13 per cent and the death toll due to terrorist attacks have dropped by 40 per cent. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (125) experienced the most attacks, followed...READ MORE
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IPRI brief is a collection of working papers and research in progress contributed by young scholars. It provides a preliminary insight by the scholar in about 2000 words. It focuses on contemporary matters relating to human security, peace and conflict with special emphasis on issues concerning South Asia. This platform helps scholars explore areas in an interactive manner to help advance their research.
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IPRI commentary is a collection of viewpoints and reflection on issues, contributed by young scholars.It brings together young scholars on a single platform to express their opinions in a short commentary of 1000 words. In a systematic manner, the commentary tries to answer fundamental and subject specific questions taking into account contemporary, ongoing and issues of relevance.It provides a comprehensive coverage on subject matter from experts, specialists and enthusiasts and provides readers a thorough understanding of the subject.
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