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Mon, Feb 10, 2020

The climate and equity dilemma: Bending the coal curve in South and Southeast Asia

South and Southeast Asia are leading the world in terms of developing countries’ energy growth—how can need be met while avoiding new coal investments?

EnergySource by Robert F. Ichord, Jr.

Bangladesh Energy Transitions

Fri, Feb 7, 2020

Younus in his podcast “Pakistonomy,” Episode 4: Atif Mian

In the News by Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Financial Regulation

Wed, Feb 5, 2020

Younus in his podcast “Pakistonomy,” Episode 3: Pakistan’s Stock Market

In the News by Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Financial Regulation

Tue, Feb 4, 2020

Nawaz in The Indian Express: Shuja Nawaz’s new book explores differences between Pakistan army and radical elements

In the News by Atlantic Council

Pakistan Political Reform

Fri, Jan 31, 2020

Nawaz in the Daily Times: Restoring Jinnah’s vision: a conversation with Shuja Nawaz

In the News by Atlantic Council

Democratic Transitions Economy & Business

Wed, Jan 29, 2020

The United States must end its contradictory Pakistan policy

Washington has a long history of tacitly supporting the Pakistan Army’s unrivaled political power while publicly espousing the ideals of democracy and political pluralism. Such doublespeak only enables corrupt and unaccountable segments of the political and security establishments in Pakistan. It also impedes the United States from achieving its regional goals of democracy promotion and counterterrorism.

New Atlanticist by Harris Samad

Democratic Transitions Pakistan

Wed, Jan 29, 2020

Nawaz’s “The Battle for Pakistan” in Dawn: Both friends and enemies

In the News by Atlantic Council

Pakistan Politics & Diplomacy

Thu, Jan 23, 2020

Younus in his podcast “Pakistonomy,” Episode 2: Mehvish Arifeen

In the News by Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Entrepreneurship

Tue, Jan 21, 2020

The Pakistani courts strike back

The historic sentencing in December of former dictator and president Pervez Musharraf was a blow to the military’s image and directly questions its unequivocal authority over shaping Pakistan’s political life—even if it is only symbolic. In a rare streak of defiance, the country’s courts are pushing back against a traditionally powerful and popular establishment hoping to inch the country from a seemingly illiberal to a more liberal democracy.

New Atlanticist by Fatima Salman

Democratic Transitions Pakistan

Fri, Jan 17, 2020

Younus in Dawn: Sheesha Smoking

In the News by Atlantic Council

Pakistan Resilience & Society