Parliament and the Pandemic
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As global coronavirus cases passed the million mark on Thursday, the world struggles to cope with containment and mitigation without…
Date: April 6, 2020
Will the Pandemic Bring Peace?
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A global pandemic that moves with lightning speed to spread its deadly payload across borders, communities and class, demands a…
Date: April 4, 2020
India, Pakistan and the Pandemic: Community of Shared Future?
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India, Pakistan and the Pandemic: Community of Shared Future? Abstract Crises are often the crucible for old challenges to be…
Date: March 31, 2020
Lockdown? Pakistan Not Convinced
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Picture Credits: DAWN When a global pandemic burns through a country it first tests both its leadership as well as…
Date: March 22, 2020
#InPerspective – Environmental Needs and Rights
In this latest feature on ‘Environment and Rights’, experts discuss the nexus between demographic stress and climate induced vulnerabilities. The pressures on marginalized groups exacerbate as they move from rural to urban settings, where per capita water, food, and energy allocations are diminishing. Pakistan’s labour slowly be opting out of the agricultural sector, but the overall economy is firmly entrenched in the water-guzzling primary sector. How and when Pakistan’s adaptation mechanisms can reduce vulnerability through evidence backed forecasts becomes the subject of debate in In Perspective.
Experts Aisha Khan, Shafqat Kakakhel and Zeba Sathar speak with Salman Zaidi.