Conflict and Peace Studies, Jan-Jun 2015


Release date: May 2015 Pages: 145
Publisher: Pak Institute for Peace Studies
Editor: Muhammad Amir Rana
Associate Editors: Safdar Sial, Muhammad Ismail Khan

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CONTENTS

Comments
Parliament watch: Summary of the debates in the joint session on Yemen crisis
Muhammad Ismail Khan
Crisis in Yemen: threats of another proxy war in Pakistan
Shahzad Raza

Papers
Madrassa reforms: the debate
Mujtaba Muhammad Rathore
Exploring the drone syndrome
Asmatullah Wazir
Demystifying the drone operations in Pakistan
Zeeshan-ul-Hassan Usmani

Backgrounders
The mystery of Jundullah
Farhan Zahid and Andrew McGregor
National Action Plan: performance so far
Azam Khan and Aamir Saeed


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