Author Archives: Faisal Ali Raja


Myth of police reforms

Policing should focus on the investigation The police reform agenda is often marred by self interest and sustaining control over police operational command structure. The trinity of reform elements includes public, police


Paraphrasing Pulwama

And what it means The recent border skirmishes between Pakistan and India over Pulwama incident in the age of mobile technology and internet communication system will have an altogether different impact on


War of the words

It’s a strange world out there “…the stronger the narratives of insurgents or the host country, the greater are their winning chances in asymmetric warfare.” We are living in interesting times. The


NAP gap analysis

Emerging sectarian trends in Punjab The National Action Plan (NAP) focuses on four major areas, namely: capacity building of institutions, counter terrorism actions, regulation & registration and strengthening cooperation for effective communication.


NAP gap analysis

Emerging sectarian trends in Punjab The National Action Plan (NAP) focuses on four major areas, namely: capacity building of institutions, counter terrorism actions, regulation & registration and strengthening cooperation for effective communication.


Tools of radicalisation

As they keep evolving, so should our awareness Radicalisation is the modulation of human thinking. In modern day world, where high integrated facility exists for connecting people, radicalisation becomes an easy way


Shades of radicalisation

Understand to overcome First shade of radicalisation is known as Complete Isolation Condition (CIC) which includes those who are illiterate or semi literate and blindly follow the dictates of social elders  

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