Articles, Reports & Publications

CSSPR Research Faculty in Conversation with the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center

On September 23, 2020, the research faculty of the Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research(CSSPR) held  a conversation with Fatima Salman, Associate Director,  South Asia Center,  Atlantic Council. The discussion was based on Fatima Salman’s new report titled” Evolving News Media Landscapes in India and Pakistan: Implications for Regional Peace and  Stability.” The key takeaways from the discussion can…

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Kashmir Bootcamp:Topics & Schedule

Find the topics and schedule of the week-long Kashmir Bootcamp here   

Nuclear South Asia Course: Introductory Survey

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Nuclear South Asia Course:Topics and Schedule

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Timetable of the CSSPR Virtual Summer School 2020

The timetable of the CSSPR Virtual Summer School 2020 can be accessed here.   For registration, click here.

Registration for the CSSPR Virtual Summer School 2020 Closed

Registrations for the courses have closed now. View the timetable of the courses here.

CSSPR Virtual Summer School | July 20-Aug 24, 2020

The Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research (CSSPR), University of Lahore is offering five Certificate Courses this summer. Registration will be open on July 15, and classes will begin on July 20, 2020. The following courses will be offered by CSSPR. Choose one, Choose all. We look forward to an interactive summer of mutual learning: Nuclear South Asia  Kashmir…

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Global Health Security: The Case of Pakistan

Maryam Akbar  We are witnessing  historic moments where all the continents catastrophically are facing the series of COVID-19 epidemic named by the World Health Organization (WHO);  this virus first  emerged in the Chinese  city of Wuhan. It  barely took four months to become a pandemic , killing lives of thousands  with the numbers still rising. On January 30, 2020, WHO declared…

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The COVID-19 Pandemic: Old Wine in a New Bottle

Fatima S. Khan  Intermittent outbreaks of lethal pandemics, in particular, have had profound and lasting effects on human societies and individual behavior throughout history. As Sehovic argued that, ‘Such events have framed the socio-political and economic aspects of human civilization, with their effects often lasting for centuries’ . Every plague that has plagued humankind seemed different from the ones  that…

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Dr. Rabia Akhtar in Conversation with Dr. Ashley J.Tellis in the SISS Faculty Conversation Series

On June 15, Director, Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research(CSSPR) held a one-on-one conversation with preeminent U.S. scholar, Dr. Ashley Tellis. The ongoing Sino-Indo standoff in Ladakh, U.S. role as a crisis manager in it, the future of stability in South Asia, and the evolving dynamics of Indo-US and US-Sino relations were discussed in the conversation. Tellis also discussed…

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