SouthAsiaSource Nov 16, 2022
Experts react: Appointment of a new army chief in Pakistan
By South Asia Center experts
With Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa set to retire on November 29, 2022, the appointment of a new army chief prompts a new set of challenges. South Asia Center experts provide their analyses of the situation.
SouthAsiaSource Nov 3, 2022
Keynote address of Masood Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States, at the 2022 Conference on the Future of the US-Pakistan Relationship
By Masood Khan
Masood Khan, Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States, joined the Atlantic Council’s 2022 conference on the future of the US-Pakistan relationship to give the keynote address.
Reports and issue briefs
Report Oct 3, 2022
Pakistan sees growing culture of innovation amid tech startup boom
By Hamna Tariq and Uzair Younus
A tightening global macro environment coupled with increasing domestic political instability is a cause of concern for the sector, especially the domestic startup economy.
Issue Brief Mar 28, 2022
Pakistan: The next great infrastructure connector
By Ali Jehangir Siddiqui
Pakistan sits at the crossroads of the abundant resources of Central Asia and the Middle East, and the lucrative markets of China and India. It therefore has the potential to play a significant connecting role, one that enables broader regional interdependency while boosting domestic economic prospects.
In-Depth Research & Reports Feb 15, 2022
Realizing the promise and potential of “Web3” for Pakistan
By Uzair Younus
This paper is an initial attempt to frame debate about the Web3 ecosystem in Pakistan – which is a $100+ billion opportunity – and make recommendations on how policymakers should approach regulating this sector.
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