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TIGAH: A Journal of Peace and Development (Volume: II, December 2012)


FRC’s latest issue of TIGAH takes an account of the socio-economic, educational, and cultural damages inflicted on the people of this once peaceful area and seek ways and means; how to settle this long standing issue to give people a chance to live with dignity and honor.

The research papers published in TIGAH (volume II) can be downloaded from here.

Research Papers                                                                                           Author(s)

1) Socio-Economic and Political Status of Women in FATA-The Process of Development and Phenomenon of Militancy Naila Aman Khan
2) The Impact of Militancy on Education in FATA Ahmad Ali Naqvi,
Shah Zaman Khan,
Zainab Ahmad
3) Condemnation of War and Terror in Pashto Poetry- Post 9/11 Scenario
Dr. Hanif Khalil
4) Socio-Economic Conditions of Post-Conflict Swat: A Critical Appraisal
Dr. Salman Bangash 
5) Will politicians take politics to the Tribal region? Haroon Rashid
6) Withdrawal of the US Troops from Afghanistan and its Implications for       Pakistan-Challenges and a Way Forward
Asmatullah Khan Wazir
7) Counterinsurgency (COIN) Strategy and Protracted Insurgency in Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA)
Hasan Khan
8) Peacebuilding in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan: Conflict Management at State Level
Sharafat A. Chaudhry &           Mehran A. Wazir Khan
9) Combating Militancy in Bajaur and North- Waziristan Agency in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan- A Comparative Analysis
Saifullah Mehsud
10) A Comparison of Narratives on the War on Terror Fatima A. Zeb

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