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IPRIIslamabad Policy Research Institute (Islamabad, Pakistan)
IPRIInternational Property Rights Index (Property Rights Alliance)
IPRIIntelligent Polymer Research Institute
IPRIInternational Peace Research Institute (Oslo, Norway)
IPRIInternet Psychology Research Institute (Portland, OR)
IPRIIschemia/Preservation/Reperfusion Injury (organ transplantation)
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This was the conclusion of the Media Workshop on 'Strategic Importance of Maritime Affairs for Pakistan and the Role of Media' organised by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute, here in Islamabad on Thursday.
They were speaking at a workshop on 'Strategic Importance of Maritime Affairs for Pakistan and the Role of Media', organised by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute, here.
Who helped them sell oil in Iraq and how have they reached Afghanistan?' asked the expert while speaking with reference to future of Pakistan-US ties at Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI).
These were the views of former Ambassador Riaz Khokhar at the Guest Lecture organised by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute here in Islamabad, today.
Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) is organising a lecture on 'Improving Pakistan-US Relations: Ways and Means' by retired Ambassador Riaz Khokhar on Wednesday, August 21 at IPRI Conference Hall, Evacuee Trust Complex, F-5/1 at 10:30am.
Speaking at a lecture at the Islamabad Policy Research Institute, Ambassador Khokar said, 'The US is a superpower and the only way forward is to have sustained diplomatic dialogue and to collaborate in areas where there is convergence such as trade, energy, transport, and especially, education.'
The Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) hosted a media delegation from the Maldives.
These were some of the conclusions of the Pakistan-Austria Roundtable on 'Afghanistan and Regional Stability' held at the Islamabad Policy Research Institute, here in Islamabad today.
"Pakistan does not subscribe to any nuclear and conventional arms race, however will continue to pursue with credible minimum deterrence to maintain strategic stability," Tehmina Janjua said at the event organized by Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI).
Speaking on Tuesday at a conference on "Conflict and Cooperation in South Asia: Role of Major Powers" hosted by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), Janjua said: "We are convinced that we will continue to try for peace and stability in the region," Dawn news reported.
Reviewed by Iqra Mobeen Akram, Islamabad Policy Research Institute
It was organized by Islamabad Policy Research Institute. The Russian Ambassador said Pakistan is facing the challenge of terrorism and it has launched effective operations against the menace.