22 OCT 2015

2015-10-23T12:05:02+05:30By |Categories: Daily Current Events|Tags: , , |

1)Taliban - The Frankenstein of Pakistan Contrary to conventional wisdom, it is not the Pakistan army that first introduced the deadly cocktail of religion and terrorism to inflame its neighbourhood. This was done by popularly elected governments. In 1973, PM Zulfikar Ali Bhutto asked Babar, then chief of the Peshawar Frontier Corps, to train an Afghan Islamic students’ group to undermine the Daud Khan regime in Kabul. Among those trained by Babar were future mujahideen leaders like Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Habibur Rahman, Burhanuddin Rabbani and Ahmad Shah Massoud. Written by a bureaucrat . Read more of the post :- http://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/dont-blame-the-isi/   2)Taj [...]

ARC – Capacity Building For Conflict Resolution – Part 1(Conceptual Framework)

2017-02-13T19:46:52+05:30By |Categories: ARC|Tags: , |

1) Preface: - "Better than a thousand hollow words is one word that brings peace.” – Lord Buddha "Conflicts have no beginning and no end; everything grows together in mutual causation; no single actor carries all the responsibility and no single actor carries all the guilt" - Johan Galtung Conflict is avoidable facet of human life The absence of conflict is impossible to reach The maturity of society it thus measured not on the basis of absence of conflict but it's capacity to resolve it The state with its judiciary is the final arbiter of all conflicts , but there always [...]

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