Pakistan Perspective

Pakistan Perspectives is a bi-annual research journal of the Pakistan Study Centre, University of Karachi. It is a multi-disciplinary journal. The multitude of problems and challenges faced by Pakistan require such a broader approach. Pakistan Perspectives, therefore, provides a forum for debate and discussion on all subjects that come within the scope of Pakistan Studies and lead to a better appreciation of Pakistan’s historical, political, socio-economic and cultural realties. Pakistan Perspectives devotes itself to publish quality research on past, present and future of Pakistan. It would encourage original scholarship, critical thinking, a progressive outlook and a rational balanced focus on all aspects of ours existence as a nation. It invites academia and civil society to engage in dialogue on national issues. It would also invite exploring the indigenous sources of knowledge, history, culture especially the folk wisdom and aspirations of common people. Pakistan Perspectives seeks to advance knowledge about the history and society of Pakistan, based on empirical, theoretical and analytical approaches. It provides a forum for understanding, envisaging and proposing academic solution to all the critical issues faced by citizens of Pakistan in particular.

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