BNU holds Roundtable Discussion on Pakistan-India Relations
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BNU holds Roundtable Discussion on Pakistan-India Relations

Roundtable Discussion on Pakistan-India Relations

The Centre for Policy Research at Beaconhouse National University (BNU), in partnership with the Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), recently hosted a pivotal roundtable panel discussion aimed at exploring constructive engagement between Pakistan and India. This event gathered twenty esteemed panelists from various sectors, including academia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the defense sector, to deliberate on pathways for fostering better relations between the two neighboring countries.

The session was inaugurated by Ambassador Johar Saleem, President of IRS; Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Director of BNU Center for Policy Research (BCPR); and Dr Moeed Yusuf, Former National Security Advisor and Vice Chancellor of BNU. Their opening remarks set the stage for a comprehensive and thought-provoking discussion on the complexities and possibilities of Pakistan-India relations.

The panel featured a distinguished lineup of keynote speakers, including Senator Mushahid Hussain, Khurram Dastagir, Ambassador Tehmina Janjua, Ambassador Jehangir Ashraf Qazi, and General Nasir Khan Janjua. Their diverse experiences and insights provided a rich foundation for the dialogue, emphasizing the multifaceted nature of the bilateral relationship. Senator Sherry Rehman also delivered insightful remarks, contributing to the depth and breadth of the discussion.

Throughout the session, panelists delved into various aspects of Pakistan-India relations, addressing historical grievances, current tensions, and potential areas for cooperation. The engaging dialogue highlighted the importance of sustained efforts to bridge gaps and build trust between the two nations. Key themes included the need for open communication channels, confidence-building measures, and the exploration of mutually beneficial initiatives in trade, culture, and regional security.

The roundtable concluded with a consensus on the necessity of continued dialogue and collaboration. The event left the distinguished audience with much to reflect upon, underscoring the critical role of such discussions in fostering a more peaceful and cooperative South Asia.

As Pakistan and India navigate their complex relationship, events like this roundtable serve as vital platforms for generating ideas and strategies aimed at achieving constructive engagement and long-term peace in the region.

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