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Conflict and Peace Studies, Vol-2, No-1, Jan-Mar 2009

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Khaled Ahmed
Consulting Editor
Daily Times and Friday Times,
Lahore, Pakistan.

Prof. Ruhanas Harun
Institute for Public Policy
and Management,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Dr. Catrina Kinnvall
Department of Political Science,
Lund University,
Sweden.

Peter Bergen
Senior Fellow
New American Foundation,
Washigton D.C. USA.

Dr. Jamal Eddine Ben Hayoun
Abdelmalek Essaadi University,
Tetouan, Morocco.

Shabana Fayyaz
Department of Strategic Studies,
Quaid-i-Azam University,
Islamabad.

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Publisher: Pak Institute For Peace Studies (PIPS)

CONTENTS

Debate

Defining the Phenomenon of Radicalization in Pakistan: A Report 

Abstracts

Papers

Mapping the Madrasa Mindset: Political Attitudes of Pakistani Madaris 
Muhammad Amir Rana

Radicalization in Pakistan: Sociocultural Realities 
Muhammad Azam

Post-9/11 Peace Narrative in Pakistan 
Shabana Fayyaz

Radicalization in Sri Lanka 
Ranga Kalansooriya

Human Rights Reporting in Pakistani Media 
Safdar Sial

Case Study

Radicalization among Educated Pakistani Youth 
Saba Noor

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