Tag Archives: Dr Ishrat Hussain

Combating Corruption for Good Governance

While accountability cannot happen overnight in Pakistan, things seems to be changing. The Supreme Court verdict explicitly damning former prime minister Nawaz Sharif for his recurring penchant for untruths and evading facts is most refreshing.

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Eliminating Terror Financing from Banks

Some suave banking crooks in Pakistan facilitate terror financing, an integral part of organized crime.  The military’s frustration at the government’s rhetoric not matching deeds is evident from their last Corps Commanders Conference. Pakistan must target these white-collar criminals funding the vital nexus between organized crime and terrorism.

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Materializing ‘One Belt One Road’

“One Belt One Road” concept symbolizing cooperation and understanding of China and Pakistan in economic and other vital areas.

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