Conference and Research reports

Power of Three: Role of Academia, Media & Think Tanks in Security Reform

Pakistan’s National Security Policy (2022-2026) provides an improved pathway for implementing safeguards that protect citizens from traditional and emerging threats. It has also broadened the institutional setting within which security...
Post COVID Futures

Chapter 2: Past the Tipping Point: Why Pakistan’s Low Emitter Argument Won’t Work

by:  Rafay Alam

July’s flash flood in Islamabad was triggered by a “cloudburst” that swept cars away in high tide (more…)
Post COVID Futures

Chapter 1: Pakistan’s Macroeconomy and the Covid-19 Pandemic

by:  Dr. Asad Sayeed and Dr. Aqdas Afzal

Nothing has had a more deleterious impact on the global economy in about a century since the Great Depression (more…)
Special Feature

Bracing for the Long-Haul: Hopes and Challenges Defining the Intra-Afghan Talks

by:  Abdulla Wasti

Introduction As the much-anticipated intra-Afghan talks take place in Doha, (more…)

150 Days – The Kashmir Lockdown

by:  Muhammad Amir Khan

More than 150 days have passed since the inhabitants of Indian occupied Kashmir were stripped of normalcy in their daily lives. Life remains grim and the mood somber in the...

Hate Tracker Report | Jan – Sept 2019

Jinnah Institute has collated data on radicalization and violent extremism since 2010. The data trends identified through this exercise have been published in JI’s Extremism Watch reports and Hate Tracker,...

CPEC 2.0 | The Promise and the Peril

by:  Sherry Rehman

Today, the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is one of the largest bilateral investment projects underway anywhere in the world. Early harvest projects worth $18.9 billion have already been allocated...

Situation Kashmir

On August 5, 2019, the second BJP led government of Narendra Modi annexed Jammu and Kashmir by abrogating Article 370 and bifurcating the state into two separate Union Territories. This...

Democracy and Inclusion

Inclusion in democracies is a challenge across the world, especially for those with weak state capacity for social service delivery and where the establishment of democracy itself has followed a...
Quarterly Monitoring Brief

Reviewing Indo-Pak Bilateral Relations: Quarterly Monitoring Brief October 2018 – December 2018

Hostile statements from India and Pakistan continued in the last quarter of 2018 as ceasefire violations continued at the Line of Control and bilateral relations remained tense. Perhaps the most...