Marco Respinti, Director-in-Charge, Bitter Winter, visited International Centre for Peace Studies (ICPS) on 14 December 2022 and interacted with the scholars of the Centre.
Time has come for Pakistan to compete with India in good things like education, healthcare, art and music and democracy. The truth is that India was never our enemy. We have failed ourselves. We are our own worst enemies.
The audio leaks have set off a negative impulse in Pakistani society which will have an adverse impact on democratic politics in the country for a long time to come. It is likely to give rise to pervasive cynicism and lack of public trust in the existing system that includes the army and may create the context for the rise of orthodox forces who lay emphasis on ethics and morality.
The appointment of Asim Munir as the new army chief of Pakistan has dominated the political conversations and television talk shows in Pakistan, however, it wouldn’t make much difference as far as India’s interests are concerned.
On the occasion of Kashmir Accession Day International Centre for Peace Studies (ICPS)
organised Book Launch of The Two Kashmirs authored by Sheikh Khalid Jehangir
ICPS organised a talk by Umit Alperen, Director of the Centre for Asia-Pasific Studies at the Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey on 02 September 2022. He focussed on Turkey's foreign policy in general and also its relations with India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.