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Peace Prospects in FATA in the Post-Hakimullah Scenario

  As the new month (November)of year 2013 began, it was reported that the most ruthless and known anti-Pakistan Taliban leader “Hakimullah” has been killed in the US drone strike. He was considered the biggest enemy of Pakistan but as the peace talks were to begin with the Taliban and Hakimullah had to play a major role in it, therefore, his sudden death perplexed the whole Pakistani nation and politic ...

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War on Terror: The Western Perspective

  FATA Research Centre holds regular guest lectures on the significant issues of FATA in collaboration with The Royal Danish Embassy in Pakistan. FRC is privileged to thank the honorable guest speakers, Dr. Bina D’Costa who took out time from her busy schedules and contributed her research intellects on the issue of ‘’Western Perspective on the War on Terror’’ FRC also would like to thank guests from a ...

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Post Withdrawal Scenario in Afghanistan; Its Impact on FATA

  The guest lecture held at FATA Research Centre (FRC) on the topic of “Post withdrawal scenario in Afghanistan impact on FATA” is the part of series of lectures by guest speakers exploring ways to achieve peace and culture of tolerance. FRC invites guests who are specialists on subject so that they may give a clearer picture of the issue. On the basis of the expert opinion FRC suggests a way forward. ...

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Situation in Afghanistan and its Impacts on FATA

  The guest lecture held on 24th January, 2013 at FATA Research Centre (FRC) on the topic of “Situation in Afghanistan and its impacts on FATA” is the part of series of lectures by guest speakers exploring ways to achieve peace and culture of tolerance. FRC invites guests who are specialists on the subject so that they may give a clearer picture of the issue. On the basis of the expert opinion FRC sugg ...

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Guest Lecture Report: Conflict in Kurrum Agency

  FRC organized a special guest lecture on ‘Kurram Agency: Nature and Causes of Conflict’ to explore and get an insight into the persisting situation and the triggering factors of militancy in the agency. It was an open discussion leaded by the guest speakers followed by questions and answers session and an open-floor discussion. FATA Research Center is committed to flourish the discourse on the issues ...

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