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Dr. Rabia Akhtar writes for the Stimson Center on “The Future of the Indo-Pak Nuclear Rivalry”

Director CSSPR, Dr. Rabia Akhtar wrote a piece for the Stimson Center’s South Asian Voices. Titled “The Future of the Indo-Pak Nuclear Rivalry”, the article looked at the future of this dyadic relation by assessing the Pulwama-Balakot Crisis of 2019. While weighing in on the evolving deterrence and escalation dynamics on the Subcontinent,  Dr. Akhtar outlined and analyzed the shifts…

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Video of the CSSPR Webinar with Pravin Sawhney

In the second webinar of the CSSPR Webinar Series , the Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research(CSSPR), University of Lahore, hosted prominent Indian defense analyst, Pravin Sawhney for a conversation on “Trilateral Security Dynamics in South Asia: Future of Sino-Indo-Pak Relations post-Pandemic.” Director CSSPR, Dr. Rabia Akhtar moderated the webinar. Pravin Sawhney talked about the strategic matrix in South Asia, the…

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SISS Faculty on COVID-19 Altered World: What to Expect?

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Statement of President Azad Jammu& Kashmir, Sardar Masood at the CSSPR Webinar on “Kashmir in the Age of Detention”, May 05,2020, University of Lahore

President Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan was one of the speakers at the webinar titled “Kashmir in the Age of Detention: What Changes for the Kashmiris Pre and Post-Pandemic?” Appended below is his opening statement. First of all, I wish you all health and safety. Let us hope and pray that soon we will be able to get…

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CSSPR Webinar: Kashmir in the Age of Detention: What Changes for the Kashmiris Pre and Post-Pandemic?

On May 5, 2020, the Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research (CSSPR), University of Lahore, launched its Webinar Series by organizing its first webinar titled Kashmiris in the Age of Detention: What Changes for the Kashmiris Pre and Post-Pandemic?’ Panelists invited were: Sardar Masood Khan, President Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Dr. Maleeha Lodhi, Pakistan’s former envoy to the US,…

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CSSPR Launches its Youtube Channel

The Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research(CSSPR) has always strove  to make use of the best available means of improving knowledge, research and the quality of discussion. In order to enhance its digital footprint, CSSPR has launched its Youtube Channel, which will become a conduit where all CSSPR events will be shared. Subscribe to the channel here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdaE2VP9fr3rnRnU5LiVcOg  …

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SISS Faculty Conversation Series: Syed Ali Zia Jaffery in Conversation with Shuja Nawaz

The School of Integrated Social Sciences (SISS), University of Lahore, has started its Faculty Conversation Series. The first episode of this series is on Pakistan-U.S. Relations: Navigating the Expectations Gap. Syed Ali Zia Jaffery, Research Associate CSSPR, is in conversation with Shuja Nawaz, Distinguished Fellow, Former Director South Asia Center, Atlantic Council, Washington DC. Here is the link to the…

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CSSPR Webinar: Kashmir in the Age of Detention: What Changes for the Kashmiris Pre and Post-Pandemic?

The Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research (CSSPR), University of Lahore has started a webinar series to discuss and generate discourses on the issues that Pakistan, the region, and the world confront today.The webinar series will focus on the effects of COVID-19 on regional and global security, power transformations, and the ever increasing complex dynamics of conflicts and cooperation.…

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From Kartarpur to Kabul: Pakistan Navigating Challenges for Regional Peace

Haris Walid Yousafzai  Kartarpur corridor was a great success – a win-win for Pakistan and the entire Sikh community within and around the world. By opening Kartarpur, Pakistan gained the trust of Sikhs from all over the world, but especially that of the Indian Sikh community. Prominent representatives of Sikhs in India, Navjut Singh Sidhu praised Pakistan during his speech…

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The Role of Parliaments in Cementing Regional Integration

Dr. Rabia Akhtar, Director CSSPR authored a study on Building Regional Connectivity for Pakistan, sponsored by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Islamabad. The Study was launched at the Regional Dialogue on “the Role of Parliaments in Cementing Regional Integration: Exploring the Corridors of Shared Prosperity through CPEC for Pakistan and the Region” on Dec 18, 2019. Dr. Akhtar presented this study to the Honorable Speaker National Assembly,…

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