Following the demise of Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Jinnah Institute reached out to senior policy experts and government officials to solicit their views on the future of the APHC and the Kashmiri resistance movement.   Senator Sherry Rehman President, Jinnah Institute Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s legacy serves asRead More →

ISLAMABAD (PRESS RELEASE) Pakistan needs to abandon short term security driven policy frameworks for connectivity for a long term approach that privileges domestic economic interests and commerce. This was the key takeaway from a Jinnah Institute Roundtable themed “The New Frontier: Exploring East-West Connectivity” held on 30th October, 2018. Economists, formerRead More →

ISLAMABAD ( BMZ REPORT ) Despite uncertainty and questions over implementation and investigation mechanisms, the Pakistan’s Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill (2016)became operational just days after it was passed. The first case of cybercrime surfaced in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where a man was arrested for blackmailing women by uploading fake videosRead More →