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Raza Khan

Dr Raza Khan Qazi is a Pakistani writer, analyst, political commentator and researcher. He got his doctoral degree in international relations with a dissertation on Extremism-Terrorism In The Name of Islam in Pakistan: Causes and Counter-Strategy. He has written extensively on Pakistan, Afghanistan and South Asia. He has also served on senior official positions at several Pakistani government ministries and departments including Pakistan Ordnance Factories, Pakistan Science Foundation and the country’s leading political think tank, IPRI. He also worked as Political Officer at the British High Commission and Canadian High Commission, Islamabad.

As a writer and researcher, Raza Khan Qazi has contributed to national and international publications including The News, South Asia, The Washington Times, Express Tribune, New America Foundation, World Politics Review and Global Politician.


Articles by Raza Khan Qazi (1)

  • India-Pakistan trade: Islamabad in a bind

    On the sidelines of the nuclear summit in The Hague in late March, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced that the decision to grant Most Favoured Nation (MFN) trade status to India had been postponed until a new government in India is formed (India's national elections are now underway). The announcement has again dashed hopes of a manifold increase in bilateral trade and economic integration.