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Ahmad Ali Ghouri and Nida Mahmood

Introduction The first ever bilateral investment treaty (BIT) was signed between Pakistan and Germany on December 1, 1959. Since inking of the Germany-Pakistan BIT, countries around the world have signed thousands of BITs. 1 Pakistan has also concluded 46 other BITs and negotiations are under

Niaz Murtaza

Introduction Beset by serious economic and political problems, Pakistan is called a failed state, the most dangerous place in the world and terrorism’s supermarket (Cohen, 2011 ; Zakaria, 2010 ). These characterisations contrast sharply with its description as a rising economic star during

Michaela Maroufof and Hara Kouki

on migration from Pakistan to Greece and seeks to identify those factors, policies, and actors influencing Pakistani migrants’ plans, actions, and decisions before leaving their country and when arriving to Greece. With regards to Pakistan, migration as a process is inherently intertwined with its

Muhammad Akram

Pakistan’s recent history has been marked by both ideological strife and communal violence. These conditions—shaped in powerful ways by geo-political forces, as well as by more local dynamics—have both reflected and further amplified a dramatic fragmentation of religious authority in the

Zunaira Saqib, Valerie Fournier and Geoff Lightfoot

. *** Dr. Geoff Lightfoot is an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Accounting at University of Leicester since 2004. His research interests are wide-ranging but may perhaps be broadly grouped around the exploration of aspects of representation and markets. Introduction India and Pakistan

Marvin G. Weinbaum

Ahmed Rashid, Pakistan on the Brink: The Future of America, Pakistan and Afghanistan (New York: Viking, 2012), 234 pp. ISBN 978-0-670-02346-2 John R. Schmidt, The Unraveling : Pakistan in the Age of Jihad (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2011), 279 pp. ISBN 978

Sahar Nadeem Hamid, Mandy Robbins, Tania Nadeem and Ziasma Khan

from ‘Attending the Mosque is very important to me’ to ‘Attending the Mosque or religious gatherings is very important to me’ because in Pakistan women do not often worship at the mosque. The factorial structure and validity of the scale has also been tested on University students in Pakistan (Khan

Saqib Riaz

Introduction: General Issues and Claims Pakistan emerged on the world map on August 14th 1947 when it got independence from the British rule. Earlier, in the beginning of 17th century British people entered India as traders but eventually they became rulers of the whole India in 1857. The

Faiz Rasool and Charles A. Ogunbode

perceptions of environmental problems in Pakistan, a developing country. Our aims are to determine the effects of socio-structural factors on environmental concern in this societal context, and to explore the points of convergence and divergence between our observations and extant Western-derived theories of

Pakistan and Singapore as Small Powers

Comparative Thematic Evaluation and Policy Imperatives

Farhan Hanif Siddiqi

whims of the powerful. The reality, as the case studies of Pakistan and Singapore demonstrates, is animated by the small power’s maneuverability vis-à-vis the great powers rather than a singular focus on vulnerability. The twin logic of vulnerability and maneuverability defines relations between