Conflict and Peace Studies ( Vol. 4, No. 1)


Volume: 4 Number: 1

Pages: 138

Editor: Muhammad Amir Rana

Associate Editor: Najam U Din

Contents

Abstracts

Papers

Prospects for Pak-China Relations in 2011: Political, Militant and Public Views
Nida Naz

Pak-Afghan Relations: Emerging Trends and Future Prospects
Safdar Sial

Analysis of Peace Agreements with Militants and Lessons for the Future
Sohail Habib Tajik

Pakistan’s Relations with Central Asian States: Irritants and Challenges
Farhat Asif

Analysis

Agenda of Religious-Political Organizations: A Discourse Analysis
Muhammad Amir Rana

Report

Understanding North Punjab in the Context of Pakistani Diaspora in Britain

Notes on Contributors

Guidelines for Contributors



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