Our Mission

Pakistan House

Pakistan House, an Institute of International Affairs, is an independent policy institute based in Bronshoj, Denmark and Islamabad.
Our mission is to help build a positive, secure and balanced world approach toward developing societies.

Founded in 2012

Pakistan House collaborates with universities, think tanks, governments, the private sector, civil society and diaspora. Each year, the institute organizes more than a dozen events – conferences, workshops, briefings, group discussions and roundtables – in Europe and Pakistan.

Think Tanks

Pakistan House carries out independent and critical analysis of regional and international security issues and country specific challenges and opportunities (e.g. Pakistan & Afghanistan). It consistently carries out scholarly discourse with global think tanks.

Digital Collections

The institute’s newsletter, assessments reports, books and other research outputs are a vital resource for policy-makers in and civil society. Pakistan’s leading efforts in stabilizing South Asia and beyond coupled with an up-to-date commentary on security related topics are some of the main themes. Our digital collections are archived and searchable on the website.

Policy Issues

Pakistan House carries out independent and critical analysis of regional and international security issues and country specific challenges and opportunities (e.g. Pakistan & Afghanistan). It consistently carries out scholarly discourse with global think tanks.

Projects

Testimonial

Robin L. Raphel
Former Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs
Pakistan House fills a particularly important niche in the Pakistan think tank community. Its research and programs thoroughly and dispassionately assess the key national security issues of the day, carefully avoiding any political overlay that could distort sound analysis. From terrorism to cyber security, from strategic economic investments like CPEC to environmental threats, Pakistan House brings a fresh look at issues that effect all sectors of Pakistan society--government, business, and civil society, military--and helps facilitate thinking on the way forward for Pakistan and the region as a whole.
Lt General Phil Jones (Retd)
Former Chief of Staff NATO
"Pakistan House has been running an impressive and important series of seminars examining various aspects of Pakistan's current and future foreign policy. This latest seminar titled 'Pakistan's Geo-Strategic Requirements: Strategic Alliances or Partnerships' was one of the best. Pakistan House attracted an exceptional array of speakers from both the International Community and National bodies who looked at the topic from every angle and answered challenging questions from a well informed and lively audience. The seminar was very well organized and well attended. It was an honor and a pleasure to be an active participant. I strongly recommend that Pakistan House continues to build on this hugely valuable series of seminars; this is exactly the sort of open and wide ranging discourse any nation needs to help inform policy and strategy into the future."