Conflict and Peace Studies ( Vol. 2, No. 1)

Volume: 2 Number: 1

Pages: 118

Editor: Muhammad Amir Rana



Defining the Phenomenon of Radicalization in Pakistan: A Report



Mapping the Madrasa Mindset: Political Attitudes of Pakistani Madaris
Muhammad Amir Rana

Radicalization in Pakistan: Sociocultural Realities
Muhammad Azam

Post-9/11 Peace Narrative in Pakistan
Shabana Fayyaz

Radicalization in Sri Lanka
Ranga Kalansooriya

Human Rights Reporting in Pakistani Media
Safdar Sial

Case Study

Radicalization among Educated Pakistani Youth
Saba Noor

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