Issue 27 & 30 – 2015

Crop Quarterly

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Conferences are the lifeline of academia as these promote a culture of research. Conferences also help in building partnerships and networks but more importantly they contribute towards encouraging students, teachers, and policy analysts to share ideas and boldly imagine and design research agendas. In this spirit in 2013, while preparing to celebrate the 150 years of the Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), the CPPG organized its first International Conference, with the expectation that a second would be held after two years. However, while organizing a conference may be easy but publishing the proceedings are a challenge. That entails not only raising additional funds but also persuading colleagues and participants to deliver papers in a timely manner. For us that unfortunately remained an unfinished agenda—largely due to lack of funding. However, we continue to strive and move forward. This issue of our Quarterly carries a short report on the conference of 2013, providing our readers a peep into the theme of the conference, ideas expressed and research shared. Now, we are eyeing 2017, when Pakistan becomes 70 years old and it would be worth celebrating by holding our second International Conference,… cont. page 35

Table of Contents

Conference Report: Social Change and Security Imperatives: Challenges for Leadership and Democratic Governance in Pakistan
Dialogue Report: Energy Policy & Institutional Coordination
Seminar Series
> The Charismatic Leadership of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah
> Pakistan: Signposts of a Garrison State
> Marginality and the State: A Case Study of Jharkhand, India
> Decentralizing Governance: Global Practices
> Pakistan and Afghanistan: Future Perspectives on Bilateral relations, the Taliban and the impending U.S. Withdrawal
Research Report: Lahore Vision 2035
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