Articles And Publications

Dr.Rabia Akhtar in Conversation with Brig. Feroz Hassan Khan in the SISS Faculty Conversation Series

On May 30, 2020, Director, Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research(CSSPR), Dr. Rabia Akhtar held a conversation with eminent scholar, Brig. Feroz Hassan Khan. The conversation was the fourth in the SISS Faculty Conversation Series. Brig. Feroz, with his vast experience of dealing with Pakistan’s nuclear program as a practitioner and scholar, spoke at length about the relation between…

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Dr. Rabia Akhtar Co-Authored a Monograph on “Nuclear Learning in South Asia: The Levels of Analysis”

In 2015, Director CSSPR, Dr. Rabia Akhtar along with Debak Das authored a monograph entitled “Nuclear Learning in South Asia: The Levels of Analysis”. It was published by the Regional Center for Strategic Studies, Colombo, Sri lanka. The authors looked at the statuses of nuclear learning of both India and Pakistan across crises through the Levels of Analysis approach. Among…

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Dr. Tehmina Aslam Ranjha writes for the Daily Times on the Situation in Afghanistan.

Assistant Professor at the School of Integrated Social Sciences(SISS), University of Lahore, Dr. Tehmina Aslam Ranjha wrote for the Daily Times on the current situation in Afghanistan . She delved on the post-Doha deal landscape in Afghanistan and assessed how spoilers can and are marring peace initiatives in that country . Read the full article titled “Terrorism Ravaging  Afghanistan ”…

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Dr. Tehmina Aslam Ranjha writes for the Daily Times on the Lockdown in Kashmir

Assistant Professor at the School of Integrated Social Sciences(SISS), University of Lahore, Dr. Tehmina Aslam Ranjha wrote for the Daily Times on the double lockdown in Kashmir. She questioned and critiqued  the legality of India’s actions on August 5, 2019 that stripped Kashmir of its autonomy. Read the full article titled “The Future of Kashmir’s Lockdown” here.  

CSSPR Webinar Report |Trilateral Security in South Asia: Future of Sino-Indo-Pak Relations post-Pandemic

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 along with Muhammad Sharreh Qazi, Lecturer SISS and Syed Ali Zia…

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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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CSSPR Webinar: Trilateral Security Dynamics in South Asia: Future of Sino-Indo-Pak Relations post-Pandemic

In the second webinar of the CSSPR Webinar Series, the  Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research(CSSPR) will host Mr. Pravin Sawhney for a conversation on “Trilateral Security Dynamics in South Asia: Future of Sino-Indo-Pak Relations post-Pandemic”, on Monday, May 18. The webinar will start at 11:00 AM(PST). A former artillery  officer in the Indian Army , editor of India’s…

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

                                     

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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